I have been into tech for many years, first with Psion, remember the Organiser? In many ways, the later Psion models, the 3, the 3a, the 3c and MX models were so far ahead of their time, I wonder if updated versions would still sell a few today, in mid 2011.
I moved though many Ericsson phones, long before they were saddled with the Sony tag, and onto almost every Nokia phone going, right from the 7110, up to the N97, the phone that finally had me looking around for something else.
When the original 2G iPhone came out I grabbed one, and sold it almost right away, going back to my trusty N95 and later, the 8GB Black version. With the introduction of Apps, (thanks Jailbreakers!) I was back, and from 3GS I have not really looked back, even though I always felt as a geek I should not really have such a consumer device!
Luckily for me, Jailbreaking came of age, and that kept me very happy for a while, but then Android came along, and today I can be found with an iPhone 4, and whatever the latest and greatest Andy phone is, currently a Samsung Galaxy SII, probably the most powerful phone to ever be available.
Writing this in mid 2011, it strikes me that the real story for the next year or so is software, with both Apple (with iOS 5 and iCloud) and Google (with the Plus services) leading the way.
I now have my own twice monthly podcast, along with my co-host Nick Robinson, which is called TechTalkUK, and can be found by adding .com to that name :-), and I sometimes blog some nonsense over at kevwright.com
, although that will be changing now to TechTalkUK.com
Thanks for reading......