Theatre considers lasers to shame people using mobile phones

 

A West End theatre is thinking about strategies to shame audience members who use their mobile phones throughout performances by shining a laser on them.Anthony Biggs, creative director of the Jermyn Street Theatre, said the enhancing aversion of people to put away their phones had actually triggered him to adopt the method, which is used by introduce China. "Having somebody sit beside you with their phone on www.onrecycle.co.uk even vaguely in your eyesight, makes you crazily upset," he said."Maybe it's not legitimately incorrect; however it makes you wish to eliminate them anyhow."I believe we should use lasers. Let's give it a go.".Put away your phone and enjoy the world around you.

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Students cellphones and money stolen while they were providing exam

 

On Thursday morning, nearly dozen mobile phones more than worth Rs one lakh and Rs 10,000 money was taken from several two wheelers parked by MCom girl students who were appearing for their first term paper in reputed R B S degree college here in Agra.The occurrence took place early morning between 7-10 am, while students were inside the classes giving their management paper.Speaking with TOI, Shruti Mudgal an victim of theft, said, "It was a prepared theft by car park operator who exactly targetted girls, he understood that students have actually kept all their personal belongings in the two-wheeler's storage compartment. More than three lots students mobile phone and money were missing out on when they returned after exam.".

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EE TELEVISION brings free-to-view TELEVISION to cellphones with expiry-free Recordings To Go

 

EE revealed on Wednesday (30 March) that its EE TELEVISION service will allow the transfer of free-to-view recorded material directly onto a mobile device immediately after the program finishes airing.In a step that might see the upgraded service equaling Sky Q's premium remote viewing experience, EE have revealed that the Recordings To Go function will permit recordings of any program from over 70 free-to-view channels and that the recorded content will then be yours to keep forever.EE described in a press release that once a program is denoted as a Recording To Go either through the EE TELEVISION app or the home set top box's guide, it can then be transferred straight to any compatible Android or iOS mobile phone by means of Wi-Fi.

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  • EE's updated service could find itself in a strong market position as a cheaper remote TV option to Sky Q's much-vaunted Fluid seeing offering, as despite the limited range of channels compared to Sky UK's proposal, any EE Home Broadband customer with an existing EE TV set top box will be eligible for Recording To Go.

  • EE's updated service could find itself in a strong market position as a cheaper remote TV option to Sky Q's much-vaunted Fluid seeing offering, as despite the limited range of channels compared to Sky UK's proposal, any EE Home Broadband customer with an existing EE TV set top box will be eligible for Recording To Go.

  • EE's updated service could find itself in a strong market position as a cheaper remote TV option to Sky Q's much-vaunted Fluid seeing offering, as despite the limited range of channels compared to Sky UK's proposal, any EE Home Broadband customer with an existing EE TV set top box will be eligible for Recording To Go.