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The Future According to CES

January 16, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Future phones won’t be from Apple or running Android if Nokia and Microsoft are to be believed. The Nokia Lumia 900, which clearly is distinctively different from the iPhone, was turning heads at CES. A number of folks thought it was more advanced than the iPhone and better looking too! Personally, I like the new phone — and it is sure nice to be talking about Nokia other than in past tense.

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