(TheStreet would like to hear from entrepreneurs what made their small businesses successful -- newfangled strategy, clever products or services, tried-and-true management techniques. To do so, please click on this link and follow the directions. TheStreet's readers may soon be hearing about your business.)BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- For cell-phone users who worry their devices may be slowly causing brain tumors, there's an app for that -- but not on Apple's ( AAPL - Get Report) iPhone. Israeli company Tawkon sells an eponymous software application that estimates how much radiation a user's phone is emitting and triggers an alert when the radiation exceeds a defined threshold. The app is available for several models of Research in Motion's ( RIMM) BlackBerry and due for the Google ( GOOG - Get Report) Android later this summer. But it's not available for the iPhone, because Apple has so far declined to allow the software into its App Store or even enable the necessary modifications to create an iPhone Tawkon app, according to Tawkon executives who said they met with Apple management in the spring. Apple didn't respond to a request for comment on the app.
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