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Have a merry, mobile Christmas (and an app-y new year!)

BUY SAFER THIS CHRISTMAS 1.60 w/kg Maximum SAR exposure according to the FCC 1.19 w/kg 1.15 w/kg Blackberry O 9900 iPhone 4S 1.01 w/kg 0.99 w/kg Motorola Atrix 2 Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 0.62 w/k НTC Sensation GA 0.36 w/kg AAMEUNE Samsung Galaxy S2 KNOW YOUR SAR The specific absorption rate, or SAR, is a measurement for how much radiation your body is absorbing from the phone. The lower the number, the lower the radiation exposure. Source: tawkon, December 2011 AND USE YOUR NEW PHONE SAFELY Sometimes the things we hold so close... should be held a little further away. CHOOSE TEXTING OVER TALKING USE HEADSETS HOLD PHONE AWAY FROM BODY Avoid cell phones in areas with weak signal: ELEVATORS IN TRANSIT REMOTE LOCATIONS (*) tawkon control your exposure.

Have a merry, mobile Christmas (and an app-y new year!)

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