Mobile recycling to be driven by new announcement?
12 April 2010 — 7:11 PM
A new smartphone could provide enough attraction to encourage people to sell an old mobile.
Selling an old mobile with Envirofone may be an option worth considering for consumers hoping to take advantage of the latest in handset technology.
Mobile manufacturer Nokia has announced that it has acquired MetaCarta, a company with expertise in geographic intelligence solutions.
It is hoped the link up will improve the experience enjoyed by more than 1.2 billion people using a Nokia device - from advanced smartphones and high-performance mobile computers.
Consumers may find that MetaCarta's role in offering technology which helps users to find information about a location of their choice adds to the already popular Ovi Maps service which Nokia has previously reported has been downloaded by more than one million customers.
Blogger Rhiain, writing on the Nokia Conversations blog, recently suggested the billion or so mobile devices made by the manufacturer used around the world every day were made with the Earth in mind.
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