This Cellular Phone Might Get Lost In Your Pocket

There's nothing like anytime, anywhere communication, and we owe it all to the cellular telephone. Sure, they're not quite as inconspicuous as Dick Tracy's wristwatch phone, but they're getting there--fast. Motorola Corp. just announced the smallest cellular phone yet, the MicroTAC Elite. Weighing in at a mere 3.9 ounces, less than a D-cell battery, it breaks the record previously held by Motorola's MicroTAC Ultra Lite by 2 ounces. Motorola expects cellular operators to offer the phone for $600 to $1,000.

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