A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul

 
A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul
A high school student uses his mobile phone to take pictures during a candle-light rally against "dangerous" U.S. beef imports in Seoul June 12, 2008. In this country, one of the most wired and technology savvy in the world, the month-long series of gatherings has also been a valuable testing ground for the latest communication devices, gadgets and websites. From high-resolution camera phones to instant broadcasting software and water cannon-resistant camcorders, the latest advances in communications were in evidence during the five weeks since the protests began. Picture taken June 12, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)