20 Things That DIED This Decade!!

The last ten years have brought us a windfall of new gadgets and gizmos, and with them, a new way of life. Since 2000, we’ve gained iPods and iPads, Travelocity and Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare, BlackBerry smartphones and Android devices, Xboxes and Wiis, among many other new services, sites, and electronics. We’re now poking, tweeting, Googling, and Skyping. But in that time we’ve also changed our habits and lost a few things, too. As we look forward to 2011, lets take a look back at the things that have become obsolete. I’m sure the tech master @TatWza would appreciate this post! @iBLONDEgenius

iPad Competitor Coming Soon From Palm

The Apple iPad has a solid lead in the tablet space. But Steve Jobs had better watch out: the competition is coming. @funkmasterflex

Fossil Watch Connected To Smartphones???

The Fossil Connected watch concept is designed to pair with your Android or BlackBerry handset via Bluetooth to display weather, caller ID info, text messages, so on and so on. When They Finally come out (we’ll let you know) they will go for around $200 @TatWza

iPhone Can Remote Shutter Your DSLR Camera!!!!

The BlueSLR Bluetooth dongle and its accompanying iOS app. Compatible with iPhones (down to the 3G model), iPod touches (second generation and above), and iPads…See Details! @TatWza

iPhone Gets New FREE Calls App!!!!

We Told you Google Voice Finally got an iPhone App, well here’s probably why…Viber!!! This is how It works: install the free app on your iPhone, provide just your phone number (no “registration” is necessary) and then use it. @TatWza

Josh Duhamel Kicked Off Plane in NYC for Not Turning Off His Phone!

Josh Duhamel was escorted off of a plane yesterday after he refused to turn off his BlackBerry!!

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