Ghana's mobile subscription figure has actually skyrocketed astronomically, with more than 35 million people in the West African country now owning smart phones, providing a huge platform for ingenious and innovative mobile applications to increase living conditions.

The number of mobile phone users reached 35,283,957 at the end of 2015, representing a teledensity rate of 129.63 percent, while information subscribers stood at 18,031,188 indicating 65.74 per cent rise over the very same duration.

Communications minister, Edward Omane Boamah attributed the advancement to aggressive infrastructure deployment, magnified by enormous investments by financiers to boost mobile usage and deals.


Cops do not require a warrant to get a person's cellular phone location data held by wireless providers, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Tuesday, dealing a problem to personal privacy advocates.

The complete 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, voted 12-3 that the government can get the details under a decades-old legal theory that it had currently been revealed to a third party, in this case a telephone company .

The judgment overturns a divided 2015 viewpoint from the court's three-judge panel and minimizes the likelihood


Federal researchers launched partial findings Friday from a $25-million animal study that checked the possibility of links between cancer and chronic direct exposure to the type of radiation released from cellular phone and wireless devices. The findings, which chronicle an extraordinary number of rodents subjected to a lifetime of electromagnetic radiation beginning in utero, present some of the greatest evidence to date that such direct exposure is associated with the formation of rare cancers in at least two cell key in the brains and hearts of rats.

The outcomes, which were published on a prepublication Web website run by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, are poised to reignite controversy about how such everyday direct exposure may affect human health.