NEW YORK - Cell phones aren't just getting smart. They're turning into bookworms. From their humble start as a simple phone that you could carry in your pocket, mobile phones have added a raft of features, such as the ability to take photos, shoot video, receive and send e-mail, and search the Internet.
PHILADELPHIA - Plato and Aristotle puzzled over lefthanders, as did Charles Darwin. What determines "handedness"? Why are only 10 percent of us lefthanded, and why did the ratio seem to change over the last century? Are lefties somehow different - less healthy, more creative? With brain scanning and the latest genetic technology, scientists are finally starting to crack the mysteries.
(U-WIRE) - Google released a new software package for wireless phones called Android on Monday, killing recent speculation for actual wireless phone hardware Google was thought to have in the works. The first phones are expected to make it to market in the later half of 2008.