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Category Archives: Cell Phones
I was mildly, but not seriously, annoyed to hear that HP is dropping its WebOS products, the Pre based phone and HP TouchPad. As a relatively satisfied owner of a Palm Pixi, that means my phone and OS are orphaned, … Continue reading
My Palm Pixi is installing it right now. It appears to be just minor fixes. Details here.
As a Palm owner I was glad to read in gizmag that HP is buying Palm. I think there are some good things about the Palm, including the simple value of keeping the competition up. I’m still thinking of a … Continue reading
Two devices, the HTC Desire and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 get a side by side rundown by @gizmag. Both end up with some serious negatives, but also some really good potential. It’s worth a read.
One of the amazing things about advancing technology is the number of inventions we have available in theory, but haven’t become applications yet. As the basic technology moves forward this gap continues to get larger. Then there’s the gap between … Continue reading
Back in 1978-1979 I was in my final year of college and was teaching part time at a small private school. I have always been fascinated by electronics, and a bit of an early adapter. At that time, the big … Continue reading
As a happy user of the Palm Centro with Sprint I would love to get a look at the Palm Pre. Jason Hiner has, and reviews it here. There’s motivation to work on my marketing–work it into the budget!
It looks like President-Elect Obama will have to give up his Blackberry when he drops the -Elect. Ouch! I sympathize!
One of the difficulties with being absent minded is that you forget things. Did I mention that you forget things? Well, I’m absent minded, and I forget things. The other day I decided to help my wife out by running … Continue reading
. . . via MSNBC.