Cellphone popcorn hoax revealed as viral marketing scam

The hoax, prompted by videos in which people popped popcorn with the radiation from their cellphones, was for a Bluetooth headset company named Cardo. I'd ding them for promoting bad science, but I have to admit as far as marketing goes, they did their job.

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