Cell-phone robot encourages green life

Updated: 2011-07-14 10:59


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Cell-phone robot encourages green life
A robot made from used mobile phone shells sits reading a book on a colorful bench in a post shop in Beijing, July 13, 2011. Mobile phone company Nokia is swapping old phones for movie tickets at post shops in Beijing in a bid to encourage their consumers to start a low-carbon, green life. The company will recycle the phones and ensures that any renovation or components direct reuse will not occur.[Photo/CFP]

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