Wednesday´s News Bits

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Wednesday´s News Bits
  • Toshiba is working on a cell phone that will act as a secretary. The smart device will be able to provide relevant information depending on your current location, whether or nor you are moving or standing still and a number of other factors. Sounds intriguing indeed, but we don´t believe we will see it this year. (source: Gizmodo)

  • Google Maps for mobile version 3.4 learns and adapts to your habits. For an instance, if you search for a place on your computer, all results will be conveniently stored on your cell phone to enable you to find the location fast and easy. Moreover, your cell phone bookmarks will get automatically synchronized to your computer. (source: Google Mobile Blog)

  • Citrix is working on a business-oriented handset platform called Nirvana. The underlying idea is to have a cell phone that enables you to take your office with you and get full desktop experience by bringing along just your smartphone. Interesting concept, we think the cell phone running the platform in the short video below is the i-mate Ultimate 8150. (source: SlashGear)


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