So I finally got around to physically checking out the iPhone 4. I was expecting to look at the new Retina display and go "Holy F'in Poop" this is awesome... but I didn't. However... it does look great--- it was like looking into a Fantasy World. I also forgot how small and light the iPhones are without any case or bumpers... It didn't feel right in my hand... I'm so used to the bulk (albeit small) added to my 3gs from my $2 Taiwanese case. (DealExtreme.com FTW!) I didn't have time to play with it enough to see if there will be a noticeable speed increase for me. I was fine with my 3gs until the new iOS4 came out... I found this new OS really slowed me down in day2day tasks. So bottom line is...I wasn't 100% blown away by the phone and I'm left handed... so now I sit here and ponder.
So I really want my iPhone 4.
I'm really anxious to try out the 720p video on the phone as well as the full-time video light and the photo flash.
I'm also really excited to check out the speed increase, as I do find my 3gs a little slower with the new iOS 4.
My main concern is that I am left-handed and I almost always hold my phone with my left hand.
I do believe the iPhone 4 antenna issue has been over-hyped. But It Is a known problem.
I just don't want to take the time and effort to get the new phone and then have major problems with it.
Now that Bloom Energy has unveiled its innovative fuel cell technology to the world, it appears the much-hyped Silicon Valley startup's "Energy Server" shows a lot of promise, particularly for Fortune 500 companies that can afford the parking lot-sized power boxes priced up to $800,000 apiece.
But is the Bloom box too good to be true? We may not know for years, of course, although early reports from an impressive lineup of beta testers, including Bank of America, Coca-Cola, eBay, FedEx, Google and Wal-Mart, are showing sizable reductions in both energy costs and CO2 emissions. A power generator that saves moneyand the environment? This must be Tomorrowland!