The cover of this week's New Yorker sees a president with a very old, large phone. And then there's the floppy disk.
Before Motorola introduced its new Razr phones last week, cell phone pioneer Martin Cooper and an original Motorola Dynatac made a brief appearance.
Many people are upset about HP ditching WebOS, but CNET's Kent German is more distressed that a company like Motorola is bidding farewell to the cell phone.
We all have mobile phones now, but how did that happen? Which mobile phones changed the world and made us all see the cellular light?
On the eve of the anniversary of the first Motorola exec to make a phone call using a cell phone, I've got a few things to get off my chest.