A short movie? How about 30 seconds long, and shoot it on your cell phone? Those were the contest rules, and Ithaca College received some strong entries from students. CNET's Molly Wood looks at the cell phone as video source.
By ZDNet Staff
| February 3, 2006 -- 19:17 GMT (11:17 PST)
| Topic: Mobility
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