Radiation Worries: The Council of Europe has already been talking about cell-phone radiation concerns and proposing precautionary measures; now the U.S. is too. State and local governments are starting to propose legislation to address radiation concerns. For example, Maine is proposing The Children’s Wireless Protection Act, which would mandate notices on cell phone packaging and at the point of sale that would warn users of the potential health hazards. CNET
Sad but True: A 17-year-old Chinese boy sold his kidney to buy an iPad 2. He is not doing well after his sketchy kidney surgery and says he regrets it. What is he going to do when the next iPad comes out? Shanghai Daily
Fox App: For all of you Fox fans out there, Fox News has released its official iPad app. The app features two main sections, “Happening Now” section and a story timeline. The app also includes access to Fox News Radio and the Fox News ticker. Mashable
More Malware: Being open comes at a cost. At least 34 new malicious apps were found in the Android Market this week. TechCrunch
Get Musical: Check out these nine iPad music apps that let you become your own guitarist, drummer, producer and more. Wired
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