These are some of the best products I followed this year at CES 2016 covered by The Verge. Some for health and safety, and others for entertainment and tech. Continue reading “What I liked from CES 2016”
I’ve owned some other phones prior to 2007. Back in 2001 when phones were kind of accessible to students in Mexico and most started using one of those Nokia brick monochromatic phones that worked only for calling and texting. Messaging was popular during those days as the network had some failures every now and then and there were holes during times that meant free texting hours.
I decided getting a phone later on 2005 when I felt I needed one and went from some monochromatic ones to others with a lamp on it, then to ones with tiny color screens (Motorola), and better ringtones (Sony Ericsson). Continue reading “i’M-Leaving, moving to Android”