Nice Motorola Charm upgrade
So I ended up purchasing and then returning the Motorola Cliq 2. Despite the fact that it was a great little phone, I found that I really missed having the keyboard ‘on demand’ like you do on the Motorola Charm, and had to open the phone each time I wanted to do something. To be honest, I haven’t really missed the Cliq 2, but there has been one thing lingering in the back of my...
T-Mobile being whacked by AT&T
Just read that T-Mobile is likely to be subsumed (probably more like taken out back and tossed into a dumpster, once their towers are ported over) by AT&T over the next year or so, pending approvals. As a T-Mobile customer since the early Sidekick 2 days (minus a dalliance during the early AT&T iPhone days), I’m very disappointed to see this. Why? T-Mobile has always had fantastic...
It will be interesting to compare the [iPad 2] Smart Cover business with...– The billion dollar Smart Cover | asymco
Pogue: The Fading Sounds of Analog Technology. Busy signals, dial tones, record scratch…all gone… http://is.gd/XjelxK … best part? He (correctly) calls out movies for using the dial-tone sound to indicate someone hung up on someone else.
A quick shout out for Dissectio - rapid-turnaround translation English-Spanish and Spanish-Engligh, based in Spain. Need something translated? Let me know and I’ll make the introduction.
Frankly, I’m tired of seeing iPhone app screenshots with maps centered upon San Francisco. I mean, I know your bedroom is right there in the center as you develop your App Of The Century, but sheesh, drive over to Oakland or Santa Cruz to take the screenshots, would you, for f—k’s sake?
When I say my name, for some reason it comes across as “Phil” to a lot of people - especially when on the phone. Don’t know why. But now it’s getting worse - Google voice recognition is signing my emails as “Phil”. Drat. Maybe I need to go with Will, or William.