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New options in the cell phone picture

That phone in your pocket gets handier all the time, from swapping photos to sending text messages. Also: What to do when it gets old.

That phone in your pocket gets handier all the time, from swapping photos to sending text messages. Also: What to do when it gets old.

Phone photos get wider audience

Sprint and T-Mobile USA customers can now send photo messages to each other. Cingular strikes similar deals with other carriers.
July 7, 2005

Out with the old phone, in with the cash

RipMobile.com is one of many Web-based companies willing to pay consumers in cash or merchandise for their old handsets.
The New York Times
July 7, 2005

U.K. mobile service strained after explosions

Networks haven't been physically damaged, but airwaves are clogged as people try to reach friends and family.
July 7, 2005

Yahoo expands its mobile search functions

New service lets people get search results via short message service and use browsers on small-screen mobile phones.
July 6, 2005

Microsoft, France Telecom tout partnership hopes

Their initial focus will be delivering voice, video and data services via mobile phones, with the first product could be out in a year.
July 6, 2005

previous coverage

The awkward smart phone grows up

A look at Palm's latest efforts to make its Treo smart phone more useful and competitive.
The New York Times
July 2, 2005

Linux moves into midrange Motorola phones

Company announces new step in its plan to remake most of its mobile phone line with the open-source OS.
Photo: Motorola's Linux handset
July 1, 2005

More alarms over cell phone E911

Cell phone operators tell the FCC they need more time to get location-sensitive phones into customers' hands.
July 1, 2005