It’s the worst thing in the whole wide world – you leave the house after listening to the radio with a tune that you like stuck in your head, but don’t know the name of.
And to top it off when you sing it your friends they haven’t got the foggiest- no not because we can’t sing – they haven’t heard the song before, well that’s what we like to think anyway.
So why are we whinging about this we hear you ask? No don’t worry the site isn’t changing to TRISHA Boutique - we have found a phone from T-Mobile that can help.
The Sony Ericsson W880i is an MP3 phone which comes with a shortcut key to T-Mobile’s Mobile Jukebox and can help those of us who are tone deaf and don’t know the song title or the name of the artist by letting us record a snippet of the song.
This is then identified by the programme and sent back in a text message. The full track can then be downloaded to a mobile for £1.
The phone also has a 2 Megapixel camera and 16MB of internal memory and is apparently the ‘size zero’ of phones, coming in at 9.4 mm thin.
However we’re not going to give it the satisfaction of going on about it- get any thinner Mrs phone and you’ll be banned from the Tech Boutique site.
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