I picked up the new “LG Chocolate in Black” about a week ago after a few weeks of debating over it or the iPhone. I know, I know…it’s like comparing apples to oranges; but I wasn’t comparing them per say, I was debating on whether to make the leap to the iPhone. Well, long story short, I just felt the iPhone wasn’t worth the risk and the price, at least yet; I suspect it will be within a year or so though. So far, the $49 I spent on the new Chocolate (retails for $79 w/a 2-yr. contract) seems to be money well spent.

Basically, LG redesigned the touch pad and navigation wheel on this latest version of the Chocolate, and made it smaller and lighter. Everything else is pretty much the same. It sports a 1.3MP camera that takes decent pix and short vids, but it lacks a flash. It has a microSD memory card slot and should you decide to buy one of these phones, I’d recommend using it.

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Yesterday I received my copy of the Adobe Creative Suite CS3 bundle, and although I just installed it I’m already very impressed. Adobe has made great strides with integrating their various design products, making it easier than ever to create, manage, and edit content for any medium. As a matter of fact, I’ve been using Adobe Contribute now for approximately five minutes with no prior experience, and I’m using it to publish this very post.

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Free broadband Internet connectivity is a definately a good thing, but at the cost of others….not so much. Even though the issue of “stealing” bandwidth from unsecure Wi-Fi networks is still a grey area legally in most places, here are a few helpful tips on how help make sure your home wireless network isn’t being used by the neighbors:

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Sprint’s recent roaming agreement with Verizon Wireless opens the door for many more potential customers, and products like this one are likely to get them to step on through that door. The Linksys Wireless G router for Sprint Mobile Broadband allows you to share your Sprint EvDO connection with others via Wi-Fi, and also serves as a full-duplex 10/100 switch.

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January was quite a month for technology enthusiasts, with MacWorld and CES showcasing tons of cool new gear and promising much more in the coming months. Video is taking center stage in 2007, as manufacturers and service providers dump research and development money into video like never before. While some of the major players are still sticking to their proprietary guns, its refreshing to see that at least a few are doing the exact opposite.

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