Phone in a sentence as a noun

But I go to coffee shops now, I go to events, and people are just in cell phone huddles.

It prevents random people near by phone from being unable to unlock it.

Sure, iphones are really cool but this is a step in a terrifying direction.

The cell phones would come out to facilitate people getting together, and then they'd go back in your pocket.

I just got off the phone with the White House and they're really enthusiastic about getting this fixed.

I called the police, they got the description from me over the phone, and the cops showed up in a car in around 90 seconds.

If they had their way then it would have actually been illegal to jailbreak your phone in order to circumvent this.

It's actually faster to unlock my phone with TouchID than codeless swipe to unlock, so it's a no-brainer to turn it on.

They entered the phone market when capacitive touchscreens were cheap/large enough - their real innovation was on the software side.

Please \n be certain to provide a working phone number where you \n can be reached in order to avoid delays in the account \n creation process.

Sometimes he'd get their wives/husbands on the phone, and he'd nicely explain that he was an artist, and would they mind if he borrowed the family photo album?

Phone in a sentence as a verb

Every large city center is equipped with camera's with powerful microphones.

I believe that this application actually does connect to Apple's servers from the phone, but it doesn't then interpret the protocol on the device.

It doesn't matter that the NSA probably has my fingerprints, in practice it prevents most people from getting into my phone in a way that is transparent and easy to use.

Iphones have made it normal to buy a computing device that has artificial restrictions preventing you from running whatever software you want on it.

Microsoft Press was one of his favorite clients back in the day. Growing up, he'd tell me stories of disorganized secretaries at Microsoft sending him awful reference photos, so he'd look up the execs in the phonebook and call them at home.

Google has enabled its own Android phones to access YouTube so that users can search for video categories, find favorites, see ratings, and so forth in the rich user interfaces offered by those phones.

"I was offered the chance to make a phone call, but the only number I even have memorized anymore is my mother's, and despite knowing that my friends were probably scared to death looking for me, I wasn't at the point of calling her.

For the people who are genuinely confused, Jolla is a company that sells smartphones, their first smartphone is also called Jolla; it runs Sailfish OS, which is effectively a fork of the Meego operating system which Nokia used in its N9/N900 phones, before they switched to Windows Mobile.

When Microsoft decided that the average consumer understood what a smartphone was for and no longer needed the physical cues, they were wrong and fools -- but when Ive decides it, its because its time to move to mature and modern?Here's the thing, though: I think iOS 7, on the whole, looks worse than iOS 6.

Is the ssh client really happy that it can make a TCP connection to the intarwebs, especially for me?What does this sentence mean to someone that wants to ssh from their phone?it helps you when you need it, and stays out of your way when you dontSo when I want to be sshing, I can run it, and when I don't want to be sshing, I don't have to run it?

Oh, that's in there too... they ship a 'configuration profile' which adds a new email account, so your password is leaving the device in cleartext and being used to create the profile server-side which is then shipped back to the phone and installed, how exactly?This just gets worse and worse if I understand correctly... I'm surprised that configuration profiles can be shipped to an arbitrary device from a third party this way without the user manually installing LinkedIn's certificate as trusted.

Phone definitions


electronic equipment that converts sound into electrical signals that can be transmitted over distances and then converts received signals back into sounds; "I talked to him on the telephone"

See also: telephone


(phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language

See also: sound


electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear; "it was not the typing but the earphones that she disliked"

See also: earphone earpiece headphone


get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone; "I tried to call you all night"; "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"

See also: call telephone ring