Wednesday´s MWC News Bits

Wednesday´s MWC News Bits
Here are some news bits that could have been easily overshadowed by more important ones:

  • Noser introduces DROIDcloud, designed for cellular carriers and gives them the opportunity to offer their customers easier access to internet-based services like, for an instance, file and information storage on servers that are accessible from normal computers as well. (source: BusinessWire)

  • According to Aptina, 25% of all cell phones will be HD video capture capable in 2012. The bold forecast is based on data relating to modern technologies that allow for easy manufacturing of 14-megapixel sensors, capable of 1080p video capture. (source: BusinessWire)

  • Visa and DeviceFidelity bring us one step closer to contactless payment. The idea of people paying remotely by using their cell phones is not new at all, but needs industry support, so it´s a good thing that one of the market leaders has taken on the practical implementation of the concept. (source: BusinessWire)

  • Immersion showcases TouchSense 4000 and TouchSense 5000. These are brand new technologies that, supposedly, will make cell phones equipped with touch-sensitive screens much more comfortable to use by enabling displays to deliver light, soundless tactile feedback. (source: BusinessWire)


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