The outrageous way many Americans rewrite mobile phone history

I completely agree with this article. Being a tech enthusiast and moreover user of Nokia, AND most importantly understanding the importance of what made what role in history and significance, saying something else is an insult to Nokia and the ‘mobile revolution’ itself. Dam the ‘we don’t care about the rest of the world’ thinking ignorant fools, We are the world!


The first mobile phone call was placed 40 years ago. So on Wednesday, we were treated to several “History of the Mobile Phone” articles by American journalists, most of them orgies of chauvinism and astonishing nationalistic bias. One pure product of this navel-gazing genre is the Wired magazine piece called “The 12 Cellphones That Changed Our World Forever.” In the revisionist history of the mobile phone, the actual nature of the device is obscured completely.

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