Cell Phones
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People in the developing world use cell phones in ways that Americans don't. A text message may remind someone to take their AIDS medications. Farmers check the price of their produce. In South Africa, you can even pay a traffic fine via cell phone.

But people in the developing world say they want even more. Host Peggy Wehmeyer describes some unusual requests, including a GPS device that points toward Mecca.
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