Fossil has been around since 1984, specializing in clothing and accessories. They make some of the coolest wristwatches on the market, and they’re about to step up their game even more. They’ve recently announced their Connected Wristwatch line, a series of wristwatches that are able to connect to your phone via Bluetooth for various bitsContinue reading “Fossil Is Rehashing The Connected Wristwatch”
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What Will Be The First Computer-Free Generation?
Several years ago, I conducted an experiment on Symbian-Guru.com called PC-Free For 30 Days. My main computer had crashed and was going to be in service, so I decided to see how I could complete the tasks that I normally do on my computer using only a Symbian-powered smartphone. The conclusion at the time wasContinue reading “What Will Be The First Computer-Free Generation?”
Is Battery Life Or User Interface More Important?
Earlier this week, I was posed the question, ‘On a mobile device, what’s more important, battery life or user interface?‘ Of course, the first answer is both, but on a more serious note, it’s a really interesting question. Prior to my experience with the BlackBerry Bold 9700, I would have said user interface, hands down.Continue reading “Is Battery Life Or User Interface More Important?”
Experiences With The BlackBerry Bold 9700
If you follow me on Twitter, you know that a few weeks ago, I picked up the RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 to use on my personal AT&T account. I’ve never used a BlackBerry, save for reviewing the Pearl for MobileBurn.com, so I figured it’d be a good chance to check one out – plus IContinue reading “Experiences With The BlackBerry Bold 9700”