travelin_cat - 8:41 pm on Jul 31, 2009 (gmt 0) From Yahoo News [uk.news.yahoo.com].
It's interesting that a writer for PC World would leave off this important fact - the vulnerability is not unique to the iPhone:
Researchers Charlie Miller and Colin Mulliner revealed the flaw during a presentation at the Black Hat USA 2009 conference in Las Vegas. The vulnerability was demonstrated on iPhone, Android and Windows Mobile smartphones and, according to reports, can be prevented only by turning the handset off.
From Yahoo News [uk.news.yahoo.com].