Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by TelusMilestone, Nov 18, 2010.
Motorola Android M&M'S! haha
Not sure if I want to eat them yet LOL
I think this needs a little more explanation. How did you get android m&m's?
From my boss who went to a dealer rally somewhere in the states She had a whole bunch but the rest of my co-workers ate them :| Haha that is what they are for right? We will see how long I can keep them before they are tasty little treats lol
Had to fix the link its working now
I don't like green M&Ms! But that's cool. Would have been cooler if the Android was on the M&M instead of the moto logo
Motorola have been the best phones I've ever bought.
They all taste the same, how can you not like green?
Chlorophobia - Fear of the color green
They've gone nothing but down hill since their good two way radios for cops and cabs back in the 50s and 60s.
Yea, but you probably wouldn't have an Android if you had that much trouble with the color green. Who wants to be afraid of their phone?
@Frisco Well for mobility I have had no issues the last 15+ years with Moto... One of the main reasons is well... A guy working for Motorola invented the cell phone and soon later was released by Motorola.
It was invented by a man named Martin Cooper in 1973 while he was working for Motorola.
The first cell phone released by Motorola was the DynaTec phone. It cost a whopping $3,500 and did not sell particularly well to the general public (I wonder why!)
The Nokia Communication was the first mobile phone to enable wireless email and internet connection. It was released in 1996.
Ringtones were first sold in 1998.
Over half the world’s population is currently subscribed to a mobile phone service. Some suspect that this number is inflated as it takes old subscriptions that are no longer used into account.
Whether or not cell phones may really be a risk at gas stations (petrol stations) is unknown. Some tests (such as the MythBusters) determined that there is no risk but other studies disagree.