iPhone Cited as Year's Best Innovation

Tech guru Mario Armstrong claims the iPhone as the best technology innovation of the year. The iPhone's touch-screen technology, visual voicemail, and integration of the digital camera, iTune software brought new energy to the design of cell phones. Consumers' appetite for wanting to stay in touch is pushing the advancement. Some 250 million people carry a cell phone.

Armstrong discusses why he selects the iPhone and the future of cell phone technology with Renee Montagne.

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