handphone

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handphone

(ˈhændˌfəʊn)
n
(Telecommunications) the usual SE Asian English term for mobile phone
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A Grab driver was robbed of his personal belongings, including cash and two handphones, by three masked men, one armed with a machete, in Persiaran Saujana, Jalan Masai Lama, near Johor Jaya, here yesterday.
Consumers consume and use the video game products in the form of "play" on dedicated gaming devices, the internet, computers, handphones and wireless devices to experience the hedonic consumption value (Davis, Lang, & Gautam, 2013).
Sabah Police Commissioner Abdul Rashid Harun said the men, armed with four rifles and one pistol, had clambered on board the trawler and robbed the fishermen of valuables, handphones and food before kidnapping the boat's skipper.
8 -- As consumers are increasingly preferring to receive information on their handphones, digital advertisement spend outperformed expectations in 2015, growing almost 38.2 percent over 2014 to reach INR 60 billion.
Electronic products such as home appliances and communications equipment including handphones, computers, and laptops are growing in use by the people.
In those days handphones did not exist, and we could not express our feelings openly for each other without being overheard by our schoolmates.
There is eye contact here -- a personal connect -- as people aren't preoccupied with their handphones," he said.
While most of the attention to date has been focused on people watching TV on handphones and laptops, the big switch may be to watching via Internet-connected game consoles, says Dmitriy Molchanov of Yankee Group.
Some even claimed that their handphones "went dead" when they tried to record the object with the devices.
The Longhua factory belongs to Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, the Taiwan giant that is contracted to make computers, game consoles, handphones and other electronics gadgets for Apple Inc and many major global brands.