Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin

cell phones

This struck me today: There's no reason for the primary input on cell phones to still be number keys. I think entering numbers is pretty much the least common activity I do with a cell phone -- I enter numbers only when I'm adding people to my address book. At all other times, I'm looking up names, navigating menus, sending text messages, etc.

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