I need to get a new phone already, and I've only had this one for about a year or so.
It has stopped me from downloading photos from it onto the computer for a few tries now, but what is worse is that it keeps changing my preferred ringtone (an English telephone bell, not an American one) into one of its own, and now will not let me change it back again.
This morning, someone called me about something rather important, and the first thing I heard was the Nokia tune. Not only the Nokia tune, but the Nokia tune played on a synthetic xylophone. It is utterly devoid of gravitas, and I live in dread of it playing when I am at a meeting, trying to get people to take me seriously.
I have always hated the Nokia tune vehemently, but now that Nokia has all but gone bust, the inane jingle is five times as irritating. The reason why Nokia has gone from a Northern leader in the mobile phone industry to an international joke is because they make what are now crap phones, and I have one as evidence to back up this theory.
Being reluctant to spend £1000 on a phone, I suppose I will just have to get a Samsung like everyone else, and use the technology that they have ripped-off from the iPhone without - like them - paying for it.
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