Tech Tuesday: The Nokia 215 $29 Phone


Long have I been a fan of Nokia's cell phones, since my first Nokia, the 151, then years later, the 9500 and 7380 (I'm still waiting for the Nokia Morph, guys). Not a true Nokia, however, since it doesn't have the Symbian ecosystem, however, I'm willing to overlook this due to the sheer functionality of … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: The Nokia 215 $29 Phone

Tech Tuesday: Cicret Bracelet Computer


Saw this amazing concept computer over the weekend across several tech news apps and knew I had to show it to you on my Tech Tuesday post. But first, a sly update with the Blackberry Passport. Seems they are hearing their detractors and wrote a rebuttal, of sorts. Their response is 11 Things Wrong with the … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Cicret Bracelet Computer

Tech Tuesday: Microsoft dumps Nokia Staff


from apps4top.co.uk As I've said numerous times the past few years, Poor Nokia! First they lose marketshare due to their pig-headedness in refusing to move with the times. Slow, buggy software in bright, attractive cases and exhorbitantly over-priced. They never learned, much to their regret (?). Then to have a fox-wearing-sheepskin CEO directly from Microsoft, … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Microsoft dumps Nokia Staff

Tech Tuesday: The WH backs unlocking phones


The White House has stated they are looking into approving consumers unlocking their phones after receiving a 100,000 signed petition. (http://bgr.com/2013/03/04/smartphone-unlocking-white-house-359495/#more-359495)  The White House on Monday came out in support of the petition, noting that consumers ought to be allowed to unlock their devices if they so choose. What I loved was the following statement "In addition … Continue reading Tech Tuesday: The WH backs unlocking phones