We've already highlighted a couple of tools which you can use to detect the Carrier IQ software that's causing such controversy on Android and iOS phones. Security software developer BitDefender has now also released a detection tool which can tell you if the intrusive code is present on your device.
Like the open source tool we highlighted on the weekend, you can run this one without having to root your phone, which makes it an easier option than the first detection tools we saw. Also like that tool, it won't actually remove Carrier IQ; for that option, you need the full (paid) BitDefender Mobile Security suite.
Carrier IQ Finder [Android Market]