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I wonder, is there an Exchange site that treats mobile phones and mobile phone technologies in general ? I did a quick check and found there are Exchange sites for Windows phone, Android and Apple. However, I am interested in more general questions about technology, development and industry of the phone area. Discussion and site recommendation please, thank you.

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  • This fits into StackOverflow-proper . mobile is very much part of it – Adel Feb 5 '14 at 0:08
  • Ah , on second read. Geeneral Q's and discussion doesn't fit well into StakcExchange – Adel Feb 5 '14 at 0:09
  • Yes Adel, that led me to posting this question here on Meta =) – James C Feb 5 '14 at 0:09
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    @JamesC I don't think the topics you mentioned are specific enough for us to help you. general questions about technology, development and industry of the phone area is not specific enough. Are you talking hardware, software, Operations Systems, apps, wireless communication standards? You could be looking at multiple sites or none at all. – psubsee2003 Feb 5 '14 at 0:39
  • Topics are not specific, but questions would be. And all focused around same area - mobile phone technology. Is it really just me, who feels that having to ask about : operating system, new apps, new technology, repair tips etc... each on a different site would be a waste of knowledge and information ? Because it would be scattered all over ? Every person uses a phone, there are tons of possible topics. And for example, look at SuperUser forum, they discuss computer software, hardware and different OS. Is that considered specific enough, comparing to my suggestion ? – James C Feb 5 '14 at 1:13
  • Hi AI E. The question you posted asked "Is there any Stack Exchange where i can ask questions about problems of my phone?" It only partially embraces the entire field. You may see that my question / suggestion has many more topics to talk about. – James C Feb 5 '14 at 1:30

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