September 26, 2012
Posted: 2258 GMT

Many people are worried about the effects of cell phone radiation on the brain and the debate continues. CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, came on the show today to talk about the latest research and precautions you can take everyday.

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Muthyavan.   September 27th, 2012 1:18 am ET

Technology has changed the humans into a new creatures. People are talking ,laughing, shouting alone with both their ears and mouth connected to these gadgets. Every thing is done from a point with a cell phone, which took many days and much money some years ago. Peoples starting their cars, opening their homes door, and widrawing money from their bank accounts away from their cars,home and bank with their cell phones. In the last twenty five years the best revolution human race had was the developments of cell phones. You have health hazards with every electronic gadgets today if you don't put it into a proper use. Like wise if you stick your phone to your head always you may get into some health hazard. Cell phones have become the best companions of humans today and nearly half of the world's seven billions are registered users.

Ankit   November 4th, 2012 9:27 pm ET

Call your carrier. The phone only has A-GPS which means that it rqeiures the network assistance in location tracking. Most carriers can track the phone IF its still on the network. However, many will require your companies approval since they issued it and/or a court order to do so or a police emergency

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