All my life I have wanted to own a Triumph sports car. It is not really so much a question of transportation as prestigue. Since owning an old car that breaks down often is not really in cards at the moment I bought a Motorola Triumph handset from Virgin Mobile. Although it is not exactly the same thing, the Motorola Triumph is currently the most powerful handset you can purchase on the market without a contract which I suppose provides a measure of prestigue in the pre-pay market. It has two cameras, bluetooth, Wi-Fi, email, music, and prepackaged widgets among many other features. The only product feature its shares with a Triumph sports car is radio. After I bought the phone Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) very thoughtfully purchased Motorola Mobility Holdings (NYSE:MMI) confirming the wisdom of my purchase. Now my challenge is to master my new handset. Since it has all the power of 360/370 class IBM mainframe learning to drive a Triumph would be easy by comparison. I learn by writing so my solution is to blog about how to master the Triumph event at the risk of boring you gentle reader.