By Lawrence Barichello, TorontoHere is my new cordless phone. (See Photo A.) The problem is that when you talk on it, the buttons press against your cheek (See Photo B.) This either turns the phone off altogether or gives you and your caller an annoying earful of keypad beeps. It happens a lot more often when you hold the phone against your shoulder to jot down a note while talking.
Increasing the curve of the phone might help. I have noticed
that flip-style cell phones do not seem to have this problem because
their angle, when opened, leaves more space between the phone and
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