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The skinny on cell phones

In the market for mobile phones, will the race go to the slimmest? Also: Safety experts keep an eye on teens.

In the market for mobile phones, will the race go to the slimmest? Also: Safety experts keep an eye on teens.

NEC launches superslim flip phone

The handset, which features a 1.3-megapixel digital camera, is less than half an inch thick when folded.
September 21, 2005

photos NEC, Motorola and Samsung are among those companies touting the skinniness of their gadgets.
September 21, 2005

Cell phone ban urged for teen drivers

U.S. transportation safety officials say banning teens from using cell phones while learning to drive should be a national priority.
September 21, 2005

Nokia aims new phone at emerging markets

Low-cost model to go on sale in China and other tech-hungry countries starting next month.
September 21, 2005

photo The cell phone giant unveils a model meant for places where affordability is a key consideration.
September 21, 2005

Podcasts, Internet radio come to Sprint phones

Handsets can double as music players under a new subscription service RealNetworks and the mobile company plan to debut.
September 18, 2005

previous coverage

image Researchers at MIT turn data on cell phone use into dynamic maps of how much chatter is happening--and where.
September 15, 2005