By 7th September 2007 the GSM mobile technology is celebrating its 20 years of voyage.
The world has witnessed a dramatic change from “just a wireless phone” to “mobile computer phone”. We cannot neglect the contributions of Nokia, which was Ply wood firm before entering into the mobile market. Now they leads the GSM pack.
You can see a lot and lots of mobile handsets entering the market with new features, ranging from camera resolutions mobile TV, and PDA utilities. Now you can have your complete desktop access on your mobile phone.
In spite of cruising through advanced features, there is a big challenge ahead for both consumers and producers of mobile handset, that is to safely re-use or dispose the old handsets.
I feel we should take initiatives to inspire Governments to enact norms for a better green future.