A new report linking cellphones to cancer has cellphone junkies looking for ways to lower their exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy emitted by the phones. Obvious ways include texting instead of calling, and using your cellphone's speaker function or wearing an earpiece - and, of course, using a landline whenever possible. Another strategy is to get a cellphone that has a low specific absorption rate (SAR) rating. (SAR is the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when the handset is used.)
Here, according to statistics compiled by our friends at CNET, are the 10 cellphones with the lowest SAR ratings.