Cell Phones: Talking, Texting . . . and Tuning In? Cell phones have become a fixture in daily American life – for better or for worse. While Americans mostly talk and text on cell phones, in Asia and Europe, cell phone users watch TV, surf the Internet, even pay for subway tickets.

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Google Enters the Cell Phone Race

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Cell Phones Do Double Duty in India

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