Sent to you by Sean McBride via Google Reader: Future Phones to Read
Your Voice, Gestures via Accelerating Intelligence News
on 11/9/08 Five years from now, it is likely that the mobile phone you
will be holding will be a smooth, sleek brick -- a piece of metal and
plastic with a few grooves in it and little more. That means speaking
to your phone rather than typing, pointing with your finger instead of
clicking on buttons, and gesturing instead of touching. You could
listen to music, access the Internet, use the camera and shop for
gadgets by just telling your phone what you want to do, by waving your
fingers at it, or by aiming its camera at an object you're interested
in buying. (Source:
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