[To a woman whose cellphone rang during a formal meeting:] You'd better answer that. It could be someone important.— Queen Elizabeth II
Unbelievable Cellphone quotations
The extraordinary triumph of the cellphone among India's poor stemmed from its ability to enable a most mundane human need, which is to chat with other people. And when the poor chat, it is not always about curing a child of diarrhea.
At one time, I hated the iPhone - but that was only before I used one for the first time.
Hey," said Jace. who was sitting on an overturned speaker, looking at his cellphone, "do you want to see a photo of Alec and Magnus in Berlin?" "Not really," said Simon. "Magnus is wearing lederhosen." "And yet, still no.
Email, instant messaging, and cell phones give us fabulous communication ability, but because we live and work in our own little worlds, that communication is totally disorganized.
There is a part of me that still wants to go out and grab a backpack and unplug - not take a cellphone or even a camera and just get out there and experience the world and travel. I have yet to do that, but someday I hope.
People say, 'My phone sucks.' No, it doesn’t! The shittiest cellphone in the world is a miracle. Your life sucks. Around the phone.
That whole 99% thing, they are all in the 1% of the world.
Every one of them pays a cellphone bill that is the yearly income for a family in much of the rest of the world.
I get the biggest enjoyment from the random and unexpected places.
Linux on cellphones or refrigerators, just because it's so not what I envisioned it. Or on supercomputers.
I have this fancy Givenchy bag. I don't know what the Kardashians have in their bags - I bet they have really expensive products or six cellphones or something. I have a cellphone and some lipstick for me, and the rest is just filled with stuff for the kids - sunscreen and lip balm and little Ziploc bags of pretzels and cheese sticks.
Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It's very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. ... Apple's been very fortunate in that it's introduced a few of these.
We have too many cellphones. We've got too many internets. We have got to get rid of those machines. We have too many machines now.
We get dopamine in the brain when we like something a lot.
Well, cellphones stimulate dopamine, too. So it really is the case that there are some people who are pretty addicted to these devices.
When I say "miracle" I mean a kind of thing like a computer on a chip, or the internet, or the cellphone, that are really quite miraculous. Most people would not have predicted them, and their effect has been very, very dramatic.
The greatest polluting element in the earth's environment is the proliferation of electromagnetic fields. I consider that to be a far greater threat on a global scale than warming, or the increase of chemical elements in the environment.
Many who are making cellphone images are advocates with a stake in the outcome of what they are depicting. In some ways this makes their work more honest and easier to read - they can also manipulate, although the work of professionals can be quite manipulative as well.
I managed to work for more than 50 years with just paper, pencils and film.
My son's generation and the one coming up after can't work with just paper and pencils any more. I managed to avoid using a computer. I don't even have a cellphone. I feel lucky I managed to live like that.
When cellphones came out, my girlfriend refused to get one for five years, because she thought it would turn her into somebody who couldn't connect with other people - and, of course, she got a cellphone.
I've read about 80 books a year for the past 50 years.
I come from cultural breeding. I don't have a cellphone. When you spend all your time checking your cellphone messages, or updating your Facebook (of course I don't have a Facebook page) then you don't have any time for reading.
Your cellphone has 10 sensors, and your car has 400.
But your body has none - that's going to change.
In particular, recently Belgium has banned the sale of a cellphone to a 7-year-old. Turkey has banned ads and advertising to children. So has France for children under 12. India has bans in certain areas. In Bangalore, you cannot sell a cellphone to someone younger than 16. So in different parts of the world, they've taken different steps.
We would not be enjoying those cellphones and those tablets at the price where they are had it not been for globalization, both in terms of trade and in terms of constant technological innovation.
Cellphone and other wireless radiation should be classified as a "probable human carcinogen."
A Masai warrior on a cellphone in the middle of Kenya has better mobile comm than President Reagan did 25 years ago.
I live in the 17th century. I don't have a computer. I don't look at the internet. I use a cellphone, and that's about my only connection to the modern world.
I dont watch TV. I dont use a computer, a fax or a cellphone.
Remember how, back in 1990, if you used a cellphone in public you looked like a total asshole? We're all assholes now.
The Internet, the camera cellphone and the like have not only sped up the world's information uptake, but they have cheapened that which they capture.
I don't have a cellphone or a computer.
I deliberately circumscribe my mental life within the periods that I write about, and the power of Perfidia is that it's the result of complete immersion. I was there for the two years that it took me to write that book.
I hate cellphones. They are not for good, they're for evil. They're for gossip.
It's an exciting time, when you can make your movie on a cellphone.
If it's good, it WILL get noticed.
Over the weekend it came out that the U.
S. has been listening in on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone since 2002. At this point, I feel like the only world leader our government DOESN'T listen to is President Obama.
We can't have cellphones, TV, radio or the Internet.
If the president died, we'd have no idea. There's no normalcy. It's just like prison, with cameras.
In a speech in South Carolina, Donald Trump responded to criticisms from Senator Lindsey Graham by giving out Graham's personal cellphone number. Graham knew something was up when he saw he had more than one missed call.
We've all got navigation controls in our car.
We maybe even [have them] in our cellphones. We know perfectly where all the ATMs are. ... But where would be the nearest AED to help a patient? We asked around and nobody knew.