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I have been trying desperately to lose weight, and — until recently — have failed miserably. Then, I discovered hiking. Despite only minimally watching my weight, I have lost four pounds in one week. I have been taking a steep … Continue reading
In May of 2002, Sony introduced its Clié series of handhelds with the Sony Clié PEG-NR70V. It was a clamshell Palm OS device that had a thumb keyboard, a 3.8-inch 320 x 480 pixel resolution screen, and ran on a … Continue reading
HTC made smartphones long before Apple stepped into the game. The HTC Windows Mobile smartphones of the early and mid 2000s were groundbreaking for the time. They even created the EVO 4G for Sprint in 2010. It was allegedly the … Continue reading
When buying gadgets such as smartphones, laptops, video games, headphones, etc. one needs to get the best deal and the best service. Sometimes, it is worth paying a little more if you are guaranteed a better warrantee and the place … Continue reading
Before the iPhone, there was the Handspring (eventually bought out by Palm) Treo. It was the smartphone to have if you wanted to look cool. The Treo 180 was the first smartphone to have a screen and keyboard, although the … Continue reading