SG Atlantis® 17:11 03 Jul 2006

Mobiles, smart phones and PDAs.

I think should be added, they are a part of everyones' lives now, a pretty important part.

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:43 03 Jul 2006

I don't have a PDA, I don't have a smart phone, I use my mobile so little Virgin now bill me every three months instead of monthly. Not very important, not even a little.

  pj123 17:46 03 Jul 2006

Hmmm. All the subjects to vote for have or are being/been covered in PC Advisor at some time.

As for "Mobiles, smart phones and PDAs" being "part of everyones' lives now" they are certainly not part of my life.

I do have a mobile phone but that is all it is. It only makes and receives telephone calls, which is all I want it to do. It doesn't take photo's, play music, give me the latest football/tennis/cricket scores. PDA? I don't even know what that is, though I could Google it and find out I suppose.

  SG Atlantis® 18:13 03 Jul 2006

you both are a minority.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:14 03 Jul 2006

They are not.


  ade.h 18:18 03 Jul 2006

A minority of at least four.

  freaky 18:24 03 Jul 2006

A minority of at least five.

  spuds 18:24 03 Jul 2006

Make that five :O)

  SG Atlantis® 18:26 03 Jul 2006

you must be all oldies. lol.

  ade.h 18:28 03 Jul 2006

SG - I'm 30. I don't know if you consider that to be old? I don't.

  Forum Editor 18:35 03 Jul 2006

which was a gift from a client, but after the initial excitement died away the device went into a drawer in my desk, and hasn't reappeared.

Smart phone? Don't have one, have no intention of getting one. I have a Blackberry, but it's a pain in the neck, and I leave it in the office whenever I can.

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