News.com Daily Podcast: Which cell phones give off the most radiation?

The Phoenix lander touches down safely on Mars; researchers find an exploit in the newest version of Adobe Flash; and the man heading up Microsoft's Windows efforts starts talking Windows 7.

The Phoenix lander touches down safely on Mars; researchers find an exploit in the newest version of Adobe Flash; and the man heading up Microsoft's Windows efforts starts talking Windows 7.
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Safety issues related to cell phone radiation are still up for debate. But for consumers concerned about radiation emitted from their cell phones, CNET has put together a guide to radiation levels of individual phones. Mobile phone reviewer Kent German talks with podcast host Jennifer Guevin in the studio about which phones top the list.

The Phoenix lander touched down safely on Mars on Sunday, and NASA has already released some of its first images as it begins prospecting for water in the Red Planet's northern polar region. Scientists only have about three months before the darkness of winter will shut down the craft.

Symantec says Web sites hosting Adobe Flash Player content can be compromised by an exploit in the newest version of Flash . Embedded JavaScript can redirect users to a Chinese malware server.

 

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