lg drunk dialing phone- LG's cellphone prevents drunk dialing
ust when we thought the LG Breathalyzer cellphone couldn’t be more useless, they go an introduce this anti-drunk dialing feature. The phone can be set to block certain people in the book, say, your ex, your boss, and your pastor, from being dialed when the phone detects booze on your breath.

- Verizon Wireless to ease up on fees
Targeting a top gripe by cell phone users and breaking ranks again with its industry, Verizon Wireless plans to prorate the fee it charges subscribers who break a contract so they only pay an amount proportional to the time left on their agreements.

- The world's most iconic cell phones
Since Motorola's first DynaTAC model was introduced in 1983, the mobile phone has morphed from an exclusive luxury item to an essential everyday tool. But whether bright-magenta RAZR or deep-blue BlackBerry, Greengart says iconic cell-phone design is of the utmost importance in today's saturated market.

- Nokia N80 review
The N80 is a stunning technological show-stopper from Nokia, cramming in an extraordinary array of features. WiFi, Bluetooth, UPnP, 3 megapixel camera, 3G, VGA video camera, MP3 player and support for up to 2GB of storage are just some of the features of this amazing phone.

- NEC N908 credit card size phone
If you want this tiny, credit card sized phone you’re going to have to do without a keypad. Tough titties! The N908 is only 12.8mm (0.5 inches), but the small size doesn’t mean it skimps on the features. The phone supports MP3/AAC/AAC+/3GP/MPEG4 playback and has a 1.3 megapixel camera. There’s USB and Bluetooth for syncing and a microSD card for extra storage. The N908 is going to be released in Asia in Q3 for an unknown amount of yuan/dollars.

- Cellphone giveaways are to be used to encourage more young people to give up smoking
The Health Research Council has allocated $1.5 million to Auckland University researchers to design a stop-smoking programme of video and text messaging, aimed at 18 - 24 year olds. The Quitline service claims that group has become the most eager to stop. Up to 1,300 young people will be recruited to take part in the programme, with 200 getting a free upgrade to a video phone.