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The next iPhone may not have the same connector dock, LG's TVs are getting appy, and Bridget asks, "What's in a tech name?" Clearly not vowels.
For many people, it's just not practical or realistic to avoid cell phones altogether. And it may not be necessary, if you follow some of these suggestions for reducing your exposure.
The standard used by federal regulators may not be the best measure of safety, nor is it the best way to help concerned consumers reduce their exposure.
CNET talks to a cancer researcher with the National Academy of Sciences who says more information on the health effects of cell phones is sorely needed and that we should err on the side of caution.
While it remains unclear exactly how microwave radiation from cell phones may increase brain cancer risk, researchers advise reducing exposure until longer-term effects can be tested.
Have you ever wondered how much radiation your brain is likely absorbing from your cell phone? You don't have to wonder any longer with a new app from a company called Tawkon.
Amazon is opening an app store, HP tells Android it's not you it's me, and apps that can save your life. Join Justin Eckhouse and Jessica Dolcourt as they dig into the stories making news in the Android world this week.
The app, developed by Israel's Tawkon, is reportedly banned by Apple because it creates "usability confusion."