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handphone

(ˈhændˌfəʊn)
n
(Telecommunications) the usual SE Asian English term for mobile phone
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It has started all over again, staring at the handphone constantly for news," said Jacquita Gonzales, wife of Patrick Gomes, the flight's cabin crew supervisor.
Meanwhile, Laurie Anderson's The Handphone Table will allow visitors to conduct sound through their bones.
Inside the aquarium are a tablet streaming the Novec 1230 presentation video and a live handphone which receives an incoming call.
From buying a new car to choosing accessories for your handphone, blue, green and purple are good colours to choose.
Already in use at over 100 broadcast stations around the world, the latest technology developed for the TVUPack TM8000 allows it to accept HD/SDI camera signals, transmit in HD resolution, and output in full HD over wireless mobile device and handphone networks.
A Chinese informant also recounted that when she lost her handphone in a church camp recently, she immediately suspected a pribumi fellow believer as the thief (p.
Bala spoke to Blackwell on the handphone and advised him not to call the police as the workers may become violent or they could damage the mines.
Or watching an entire movie seamlessly, beginning with the cinema, continuing on your handphone while on the train and then finishing it on your TV set when you reach home.
Apart from the standard accessories, the kiosk also features a 2D barcode scanner and a contact-less handphone scanner for passengers to verify themselves.
Air Mauritius and New Straits Times e-Media have launched a competition enabling participants to win an iKoMo handphone.
The site can be accessed with any WAP-enabled device such as a suitable handphone.