Wednesday, June 27, 2007


The "next big thing" is coming out on Friday -- the iPhone. Prepare for the media onslaught -- although I must admit the commercials they have running for it are pretty darn cool. No longer will people have separate devices for their mobile phone, music player, & Internet access.

Here's an early review from Newsweek. Good read.

[T]he bottom line is that the iPhone is a significant leap. It’s a superbly engineered, cleverly designed and imaginatively implemented approach to a problem that no one has cracked to date: merging a phone handset, an Internet navigator and a media player in a package where every component shines, and the features are welcoming rather than foreboding. The iPhone is the rare convergence device where things actually converge.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Technology - technology! If our highways could only do so well-as I hear in the news today that North Carolina is one of the top four states for highway delays and stalled traffic. Maybe these things are linked - use the iphone while you wait in traffic. Time marches on. gj