7 Reasons why touch-screens suck for a cell phone

January 20, 2007
Motorola Touch Screen Phone

With the announcement of the touch-screen iPhone, it looks like every cell phone makers out there are announcing their very own touch-screen cell phone. Are keypads really a thing of the past? I, for one, dislike touch-screens for the following reasons: 1. Fingerprints We get beautiful widescreen displays onto which we can watch full length […]

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iPhone: the good, the bad and the ugly

January 11, 2007

The blogosphere is currently exploding with opinions on Apple’s latest gadget: the iPhone. Before reading what other bloggers think of the iPhone, I want to produce my very own unbiased opinion first. Here’s my take on the iPhone: The good Web tablet. I was surprised to hear the iPhone would also serve as a web […]

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Does using a cell phone during a storm increase the odds of being struck by lightning?

June 28, 2006

According to the Dominican Today, the danger of being struck by lightning is increased when you use a cellular phone during a storm. They base their assumption on the case of a 15-year-old female teenager who was struck by lighting in a large park of London while talking on her cell phone. One year after […]

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Nokia study on digital convergence

June 17, 2006

On June 6th, Nokia has released the results of a global study they did to find out what else consumers do with their cell phone. This study allows them to get a feel of the future of what they call ‘digital convergence’.

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Cell phones in schools

May 15, 2006

As cellular technology develops, social debates erupt. It’s been in the news for some time now and parents and children are protesting against it: the ban on cellular phones in schools. How should the matter of cell phones in schools be handled?

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What do you think of people wearing their bluetooth headsets around?

May 9, 2006

For some reason, the very first impression I get of these people is that they’re full of themselves. I can’t help it – when I see people walking around at the grocery store, seemingly talking to themselves, I can’t help but to think they live in their own world.

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