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The Bluetooth headset company behind the cellular phone popcorn viral videos has finally identified itself, Yahoo Tech says. The viral videos, which feature a group of people putting their cellular phones together and dialing them all at the same time to make some corn kernels pop, is a campaign created by Cardo, a Bluetooth headset maker. The videos imply that the radiation given off by cellular phones is strong enough to make popcorn, and it might be best to use a Bluetooth headset (a Cardo one, most likely). -Sergio Ibarra