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The '80s Called, and They Want Their Cellphones Back

by Sue Shellenbarger
Most consumers rush to get the hot new cellphone—every 17 months on average. But there are the holdouts who cling to obsolete models with clunky designs and peeling paint.
  • Tim Burnett

    This picture documenting the evolution of the cellular phone also demonstrates how technology is rapidly changing the way we do things. In this picture we see 10 different types of phones in under 30 years. Each phone represents another instance where individuals were forced to adapt to a new way of accomplishing the same task.

  • Rebecca Wenberg

    The evolution of the mobile phone. I started with the second brick phone!

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