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20 June 2008 - 12:30pm
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Submitted by emil300 on 9 April 2009 - 12:13pm.
I like to wait until the price comes down, but Today it is a must to know how to use electronic gadgets.
Submitted by tristanmhz on 19 January 2009 - 7:11pm.
I buy electronic gadgets as soon as they come out if they are really good stuff. I need it for my company to function well as a whole with all the b2b information for my company Organic Skin Care and it's vendors.
Submitted by lyndas9254 on 18 January 2009 - 5:26pm.
I am never the first to buy and it usually takes me some time to buy. I only buy when the prices come down.
Lynda from Prior Lake
Submitted by Anonymous on 14 November 2008 - 7:36pm.
I buy only when the price comes down, but If I had enough money I would be the first one to have anything new
Submitted by Anonymous on 4 November 2008 - 4:23am.
The tmobile G1 has been unlocked, this will allow you to use a SIM card from any network, in any country. Hey guys FYI, T-mobile will unlock any phone for you for free if you are in good standing with the company, so don’t shell out the cash to get that iphone unlocked just call T-mobile.
Submitted by Anonymous on 27 September 2008 - 8:49am.
I LOVE new technology. In fact, if I have the money, I'd be wiling to buy every electronic goodies I could find. So whenever my budget permits it, I'd like to treat myself to a new mobile every now and then.
Submitted by uzoma on 25 September 2008 - 2:49am.
A new technology at any time is aimed at fixing an existing problem or making life more comfortable. Anything off this is a bizarre. I will not allow myself to be a guinea pig of test for any new technology. I would rather be sure it works and can fix my issues before embarking on acquiring it.
Submitted by Anonymous on 17 September 2008 - 7:51am.
I have to admit, I'd like to be the first one to have anything new. In fact, I change my mobile phones every four months. It's an addiction really.
Submitted by serge-muscat on 18 July 2008 - 2:34pm.
Le programme Evolution se bloque lorsqu'on passe d'une rubrique à une autre, par exemple de la boite de réception au clandrier ou à un autre menu. Je voulais vous le signaler. Il se bloque pendant une dizaine de secondes environ et la page souhaitée apparait.
Submitted by sdclark1953 on 12 July 2008 - 12:13pm.
I learned something about technology some 20 years ago that holds true to this day;yeah i know that makes me and ancient.
There's a fine line between the leading edge and the bleeding edge. Lean it only once, or you'll bleed to death.
Submitted by mimsathome on 1 July 2008 - 11:19am.
I can't/won't keep up with how quickly things change. Even my trusty old Palm is antiquated and no longer supported. Palm only sells three handheld planners now. All the rest are whiz bang phones that come with everything. I'm lucky I have a cell phone with no camera in it. I wanted to buy a new one but had to pay EXTRA for a cell phone with no camera in it.
This is a rant, I know. I'm going back to my trust worthy Fraklin paper planner, and hopefully can keep using my trusty pre-paid (cost less than $100 per year) cell phone. At least until it gives up on its own!
Which is all to justify my I Wait Until I Really Need...answer to the quick poll.
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