mobie

mobie

(ˈməʊbɪ)
n
(Telecommunications) informal a mobile phone
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Mobie, that is the way she called, is one of Darmasiswa scholarship program participants who is currently studying Bahasa Indonesia for a year at President University.
Tenders are invited for Transportation of coal from bojemehari mobie crusher no 1, 2 and 3 to loading point of wagon of bonjemehari siding
Crooks targeted a house in Renfrew's McClue Road between 7am and 6pm on Friday, Two laptops, mobie phones and loose coins were taken, as the suspects entered and left through a bedroom window.
Dubai: The majority of mobie users in the UAE may not have to worry about WhatsApp's decision to phase out support for some platforms, but a small number of residents may find the need to upgrade to a newer handset soon.
With MOBIE aspirations at the forefront of what we deliver, we'll encourage creativity, independent thinking, leadership skills and artistry to address a social need.
The tablet, created by Mobie, an education technology company in Kuopio, east central Finland, has two operating systems, the Ubuntu based on Linux and the Microsoft Windows.
Mobie carries the function of six applications together which includes security, anti-theft, power management, data use, memory boost and app recommendation features on one screen.
I caught the wheel of my mobie in the hole caused by a sunken Yorkshire Water cover today which caused me to crash into nearby handrails.
The sensed data is collected for a UMPC (Ultra Mobie PC) in order to provide office monitoring information.
Slightly chunkier than your bog-standard mobie, its silver sheen and matt-flanks lie in the palm like a prop from Star Trek.
Then we have another catalog box, the Mobie, whose purported function is to break in interconnects.