Interesting Facts From Around The World!

AIDS Monitoring in Rwanda: The TRACnet programme in Rwanda, Africa, is a government initiative to monitor and reduce the spread of AIDS/HIV cases throughout the country. The nurse uses SMS to send blood sample information from the district hospital in Rwamagana to the labs in Kigali. -Photographer: G A Daniels
Mobile Sommelier, South Korea: Using embedded Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, mobile handsets could soon for a great number of new applications. South Korean operator KTF is testing an RFID application that allows the user to check information on products prior to purchase, using a mobile phone. -Photographer: Yi Jong Gap
Shibuya Crossing, Japan: Use of mobile phones at Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo, reportedly the most dense concentration of mobile users on the planet. -Photographer: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert
Mobile Planet: Masanao Watanabe, who owns the Wataden mobile phone shop, has a collection of 6,000 mobile phones which he has been collecting since 1994, some of which he has used to decorate the exterior walls of his shop, in Edogawa-Ku, Tokyo. -Photographer: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert
Texting in Manila: The Philippines is the texting capital of the world, thanks to low rates for mobile messaging. -Photographer: Dan Valderrama

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