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Northwestern Bell Phones reckon they have come up with a next generation mobile phone headset which will stop your head frying. It is modelled on a doctor's stethoscope.

The RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset uses wireless AirCom technology that lets users hear phone calls through an air filled wireless tube.

"There are many devices which claim to reduce the amount of radiation during cellular telephone use," said Unical/Northwestern Bell Phones CEO Frank Liu.

"However, the RF3 Next Generation Cellular Headset is the only product with AirCom technology that reduces potentially dangerous EMR [electro-magnetic radiation] from travelling to your head."

We don't know if it'll work but we though we'd bring it to your attention.

The headset, which costs $59.99, will be available from 1 August. More information is available here. ®

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