Not sure this is entirely necessary, but Picturephoning.com points to a story in MobileMag about Siemens new landline phone that looks to imitate a camera phone. That is, it has an embedded camera and MMS capabilities, even though it works over a landline. I wonder if there’s really that much demand for such a thing. By being a landline phone, it loses much of the value of a personal mobile phone. Often landlines are shared by multiple people, as well, so it’s not as direct. Furthermore, most people who would be interested in such a thing probably already have a computer in their home – which could function as basically the same thing (sending messages via email instead of MMS, which would be cheaper as well).