Cell phones have certainly become a necessity in today's fast pace world, for just about everyone in America and many other places in the world. They are not just phones anymore, cell phone have become cameras , both still and video. Motorola and Nokia could even possibly replace the MP3 player (i-pod) soon, and they are working on a more internet based phone. They are also even global positioning devices or GPS. Well, many anaylsts think that the market here in the USA has dried up, but I say with the new products like Motorola stock symbol (mot) Razr and Slivr, every spoiled little high schooler is going to be begging for the lastest phone. That is just the USA, places like China, India and just about every other place in the world are still developing, and largely untapped. Companies like Motorola and Nokia (nok) are finally starting to take advantage of these markets and we can start to see it reflected in their numbers. I think that cell phones in general are a great long term investment, but you can judge for yourself. Ask yourself this question, "do you think cell phones are going to disappear or be replaced by some other technology in the next year"? Five year? Ten years? Twenty? How long do you think the cell phone will last? Post your prediction below in the comments section.