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Yes, we have no Cell Phone Parts.

Given the fact that everyone from grade-schoolers to my 70-year old mother have them, it's hard to imagine that there's a shortage ofcell phones. According to the manufacturers however, that's exactly what's looming before us. With low-priced models starting to...

Given the fact that everyone from grade-schoolers to my 70-year old mother have them, it's hard to imagine that there's a shortage ofcell phones. According to the manufacturers however, that's exactly what's looming before us.

With low-priced models starting to saturate the market, mobile phones are flying off shelves for the holidays -- fast. The problem is, the makers apparently don't have enough parts in stock to keep up with the fervor.

I wonder if Nokia will start trying to sell a "tin cans & string" model.

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