I just got one of those fancy new Verizon Droid phones which is supposed to be a knock off of the iPhone.
For the first few days I could check my Facebook, send emails, use the GPS feature to find out where I was, play a cool golf game, and check out the stars above me with a Google app that maps out the night sky. Pretty cool. Too bad I was unable to make actual phone calls. I finally had to bring it to the store to get fixed. Remember the phones that were connected to the wall and just called people?
The new phone has nifty auto-correct feature when you type out messages that guesses what word you are trying to type and fills it in for you to save you keystrokes.
I must not speak Droid because it never seems to get my words right.
Case in point:
I was sending a text message to my 13 year old nephew to ask his shirt size for his Christmas gift.
My original message was:
"What is your t-shirt size - Aunt Melina"
It came out as:
"What is your re-birth size - Aunt Melons"