Cell phones dial in personal computers. Toshiba has developed software that lets cell phones use programs stored on most home computers.
Phones with the "Ubiquitous Viewer" software can read e-mail stored on a PC, open a document or even use the PC's Web browser to view Web sites. The only requirement is that the PC uses Microsoft's Windows operating system. "It offers users real-time PC access at all times, whether they are sitting in a park or traveling on a train," the company said in a statement.
The only easy day was yesterday.
...some do, some don't; some will, some won't (WR)