| Who hasn’t rummaged through their pants pocket or purse looking for their ultra-sleek, super-tiny cell phone and longed for a return to the days when using a mobile phone meant lugging around a 2-pound battery pack and holding a brick to your face? |
Get our unique weekly Newsletter with tips and techniques, how to's and critical updates on Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google, etc. Join our 460,000 subscribers!
Subscribe and get our monthly bonuses - free!
The Windows 7 Guide, Volume 3: Advanced maintenance and troubleshooting provides advanced tools for keeping Microsoft's premier operating system up and running smoothly. Get this excerpt and other 4 bonuses if you subscribe FREE now!
This three-minute video takes us on a nostalgic trip back to the early days of cell phones. Watch a 1985 Motorola DynaTAC morph into an Apple iPhone, with about three dozen cell models squeezed in between. The video even provides a glimpse of the cell phones of the future. Play the video
Mobile phones have come a long, long way
= Paid content
All Windows Secrets articles posted on 2008-05-22:
- Bonus All readers are eligible for our bonus download
- Top Story XP SP3 triggers false positives in security apps
- Known Issues Readers offer more ways to keep XP fresh
- Wacky Web Week Mobile phones have come a long, long way
- Best Software Top free tools for rooting out rootkit spies
- PC Tune-Up Testing the effectiveness of rootkit removers
- Patch Watch HP recommends against installing Windows XP SP3
- Show all articles on a single page