Post User Polls

Which smartphone is on your holiday wish list?

Don't see your pick on the list below? Tell us in the comments section.

By Abha Bhattarai  |  November 16, 2010; 2:57 PM ET  | Category:  National Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
Previous: Should E.U. leaders be getting involved in Ireland's debt crisis? | Next: Do you use the residential, paper-based white pages?


Please email us to report offensive comments.

Should have includednone as a choice!

None are on my list. I'm not insecure enough to think that the worldwill end if I'm not constantly "in touch".

Posted by: JohninConnecticut | November 17, 2010 7:21 AM

LOL. I heartily agree!

But, alas, kids today don't have the "wide open spaces" in which to play anymore, and it's not as safe to play outside today as it was years ago, so I guess in some ways I can understand.

BUT - I can't understand giving up my privacy so easily! When these kids get older, they'll understand, I think. But by that time, there won't be any such thing as privacy anymore. Sad. There are so many other things to do other than texting, tweeting, and all that other stuff.

However, unless we, as a society, make it a priority for our kids to have safe, wide open spaces to play in, what else can kids do but play video games and tweet their every BM?

Maybe there's an answer and an alternative, but I sincerely doubt society is going to embrace it.

Posted by: kentuckywoman2 | November 17, 2010 2:15 PM

The best phone out there is the HTC Droid Incredible on Verizon. It is similar to the Samsung Fascinate but Verizon thankfully did not opt to load it up with substandard Verizon applications -- it's nice and clean.

Posted by: FergusonFoont | November 26, 2010 8:19 AM

None. I have zero interest in spending money on a device that is too small to read or control. Especially one that has a monthly charge associated with it. I'm fairly ambivalent about my regular wireless phone to be honest.

Posted by: robert17 | November 27, 2010 2:27 AM

The comments to this entry are closed.

RSS Feed
Subscribe to The Post

© 2011 The Washington Post Company