I thought the same thing about the iPhone 4S. But in reality how much more can we expect any smartphone to do?  Sony thinks we need water proof and dust proof phones.  Samsung thinks we need bigger pants/trousers.  Google thinks we need to give them more data.

Personally I want a phone that is a light as a feather, has a 10" screen that magically collapses into a credit card size object that fits easily into my wallet.

What about you?

Demand for the iPhone 5 is slumping and Crave's Eric Mack isn't surprised. He's hoping Apple's next big leap will impress, but he isn't holding his breath. Read this article by Eric Mack on CNET. The iPhone 6 won't wow: 6 reasons why

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CNET is reporting that Google will announce a new cloud based music service today.

"We're launching a beta service called Music Beta by Google that lets users upload their personal music libraries to their own account on Google's servers," Levine told CNET. Users can "access those libraries anytime or anywhere from web connected devices".

Oh good! They've discovered Dropbox. Unless Google intends to also introduce a music store I don't see why this is big news.

via Daring Fireball.