Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
Its very simple yaar. The problem with todays technology is tht the makers of mobile phones have scrapped the 1972 treaty of unification of mobile formats and have started issuing warrants to private software makers like cell-u-com and ikeatek to make custom formats. This is actually a questionable offence as the 'big boys' of top mobile brands have signed this treaty. If im not being too ambitous, i would sue motorola for indenting a traty that they themselves have signed. Custom Formats are wrong and we must act now. File in your complaint at email@example.com
no pros man.... Glad to offer my lawyering services to mankind for free... Dont hesitate to at least write a querie and complaint... You might just be the reson to end this stupidity of multiple ,obile formats and become rich at the same time....
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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