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What is the Fate of the Smartphone?

August 30, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Let’s go 20 years in the future. Pretty much every electronic device can interact with your video SPEKZ, which can be anything from a pair of plain-jane NokiaSofts to the latest cool shades from Apple. Cars, streetlight surveillance cams, water meters, televisions, and even your clock radio are all talking to each other — and your SPEKZ are piggybacking on their data streams.

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