In today's Economic Times:
Sony has recently introduced iPod nano.
That's the first line of the article.
From the next paragraph:
Apple and Motorola will soon launch a new gadget which will have the features of both the iPod and a cell phone.
There really is no point in talking about the Rokr here is there?
It gets better:
Nokia has launched 7710, a tony gadget which has a wide-screen phone with pen input, handwriting recognition with up to 90-MB internal memory, 128-MB MMC card.
And then, there are the pearls of wisdom:
While the past generation was happy with a 14-inch colour television, a 165-litre refrigerator and maybe a music system, the present generation of consumers are more taken in by newer products that have both practical as well as snob value. Most of the electronic companies are encashing on this new trend.
And here's a comment on how hard it is for relationships to last -- or is it a comment on one night stands?
Their latest range includes a 1-tonne air conditioner, 5.5-kg washing machine and 20-litre microwave. It is targeted towards mostly single people.
Yes, I read the entire thing so that you lot could have a good time. Go suffer through the whole thing here: Gizmos for you in this festive season- The Economic Times