On Nov. 23, 1992, IBM debuted a prototype of what is to be considered one of the very first iterations of the modern smartphone. Known as IBM Simon, it had a touchscreen, sent emails and even had map capabilities.
Today, nearly 25 years later, the humble smartphone has phones have become pocket computers that can broadcast live from anywhere in the world, find yourself a date or secure your home’s security system.. Equipped with exceptional cameras, breakneck processors and high-speed data coverage,
And while we at CNET welcome new and advanced technology (being tech reporters and all, it kind of keeps us employed), we also miss the simpler times. Back when phones just made calls and the most advanced features they had werethe game or an Opera browser you never launched. So we gathered our editors to reminisce about their first (or one of their first) phones.
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