Lurking inside your cellphone is a vastly underused computer. One inventive programmer figured out what to do with it.
Way back at the dawn of time-say, 30 years ago-when Alan Kay was pioneering windowed displays on a personal computer and Doug Englebart was inventing the mouse, either of them would have killed for a modern cellphone. Not for the instant communication, which would have required another billion dollars' worth of towers, transceivers and switching equipment, but for
the computing power. The megabyte