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This is a growing “tsunami” according to the UN, and it’s fed by all the phones, tablets and other electronic devices that are thrown away each day.

It has focused especially on keeping the lights on in community centers and in the homes of particularly vulnerable San Diegans, such as low-income families or people with electronic medical devices, she said.

When the Covid-19 pandemic swept through Asia, Europe, and the Americas, stock exchanges went fully electronic and bankers began to work from bedrooms.

We don’t rely on another prosthetic manufacturer to make expensive sensors or electronics.

The findings come from a partnership formed in 2017 between the United Nations International Telecommunication Union, the International Solid Waste Association and other groups to track the accumulation of electronic debris.

With widespread electronic payment methods—like credit cards, apps, and smartphones—fewer and fewer people are carrying wallets stuffed with paper.

In 2018, it denied in whole only one of the 1,081 requests for electronic surveillance.

To draw more information from the atmosphere and the hearts of storms, meteorologists are turning to a host of electronic aids.

Lithium-ion batteries made their debut in consumer electronics in 1991.

It’s one thing to be involved in lockdown if you actually can get all the electronics to work.

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