One of the few disadvantages of the mobile advancements we are making is that consumers get bored of their mobile device after a very short period of time, or when the newer model comes out, whichever happens first. This is true for a lot of people I know, and it is true for me as well. On the flip side, when I get a new phone, I generally spend the first week or two getting to know the phone, and it is usually accompanied by excitement and enthusiasm about my new device.
So to continue from where we left off, I had told Orange that I appreciated their offer of a free Blackberry Bold, but I was not willing to commit to a year and a half of Blackberry service since I know I will probably be switching phones within the next year and a half and Blackberry service is useless if I have an iPhone.
This isn’t a April fools trick.. I think.
Shai Agassi is truly a visionary thinker and a game changer- take the time and watch this one.
This should have been posted on April 1st – It’s the next big thing-
The Hotelicopter – This Hotel/helicopter has 16 suites and 2 hotel cabins. Check out the onboard features! Best part is they also have Twitter – very cool.
In my past life many of you may not know that I was a shepard so i know that this stuff is not easy. I wonder if it’s real or a marketing stunt by Samsung.
The answer – only time can tell.
This has nothing to do with tech or marketing. This is a video that someone shared on Twitter a few minutes ago and it gave me the best laugh, so I just had to share it. Enjoy,
The last 24 hours have brought us two very important Microsoft videos. The first is the next ad in the “I’m A PC” series. Not sure who got hired/fired over there, but lately, Microsoft seems to have made some serious changes in their marketing strategies. To put it more simply, they are making good ads.
There is not much preventing me from making an iPhone my next phone. I might wait till the next version, but I am pretty sure I have come to the conclusion, that its hype was and is justified. However, there is still one thing holding me back.