September 26, 2009
Radiation levels of 1,200 cellphones and smartphones
"A new online tool that allows consumers to determine the radio-frequency radiation levels of their cellphones drew so much traffic when it went live on Wednesday that the Environmental Working Group, a Washington advocacy group that set up the site, had to scramble to keep it from crashing," wrote John Lorinc in a Septemer 10, 2009 New York Times story.
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Jinxy: try using the links referenced in the article. :)
Posted by: Dustin | Sep 27, 2009 9:34:45 PM
underneath number 10 there is a small link 'online tool' that leads to another page. on the top of the list on that page there is a link 'see all available phones' that leads to the full list. :D
Posted by: mike | Sep 27, 2009 6:46:27 PM
Radiation levels of 1,200 cellphones and smartphones??? Your only showing 10, where are the rest???
Posted by: Jinxy | Sep 27, 2009 5:44:49 PM
Come on, all we want to know is where the iPhone stands.
Posted by: Jonathan JK Morris | Sep 27, 2009 12:33:39 PM
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