Users in Japan are buying products and losing weight with their built in camera phones
Posted 06.21.2007 at 12:58 pm 3 Comments
Cellphone cameras are kind of an afterthought in the U.S., fun for snapping off a picture of Great Uncle Harold blowing out the candles at his 93rd birthday party, or occasionally handy for a few seconds of grainy Zapruder-esque amateur news video. But thats hardly the case in Japan, where cell cameras are like an extra appendage used for a host of applications not available in the West.
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