A list of 10 pieces of technology now deemed obsolete or nearly obsolete, including VCRs, film cameras, and black-and-white TVs.
On Wednesday, T-Mobile finalized its merger with Sprint, reducing the number of major mobile companies in the US from four to three (AT&T, Verizon, and… Read More »The T-Mobile and Sprint merger is complete
The last time I wrote about landline phone-using households versus cell phone-only ones was back in 2015. At the time, the US Centers of Disease… Read More »Most US households no longer have landline phones
(An updated version of this post is available here.) I’ve discussed recently digital streaming eclipsing CD sales, as well as how cell phones will soon… Read More »When seven pieces of technology became deemed obsolete
Household landline phones are the next dying piece of technology, according to current trends. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been surveying… Read More »Next on the “dying tech” list: home landline phones