President-elect Barack Obama will be inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States in exactly one week - January 20. Sure, that's good news for the former Illinois Senator, but his promotion doesn't come without a little bit of sacrifice - namely, he'll have to give up his precious BlackBerry. Fortunately, the President does have a few NSA-approved smartphones he can use.
I've used an English language keyboard for years, mainly because it's the only layout I feel comfortable with. Though it's not my preference, I've forced myself to just grit my teeth and make the best of a bad situation. I've long desired a keyboard for a language I'm more comfortable with, and finally, that prayer has been answered. I present to you - the Klingon keyboard.
It looks like Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is finally showing Apple's iPhone a little respect. After initially tearing into Apple's device when it was first announced, Ballmer has now conceded that the iPhone and BlackBerry have a pretty firm grasp on the smartphone. Along with that, Ballmer also said that we shouldn't hold our breath for a Zune Phone.
One of Sony's favorite things to say about the Vaio P is that it can fit in your pocket. The prospect of having such a small device intrigued many people and made the Vaio P highly anticipated going into CES. Good news? The Vaio P seems like a great device. Bad news? It barely fits in your pocket, and Sony is paying the price.