The cell phones in past were only used for making phone calls, but those days are long gone now. In today’s world, where change is the only constant, cell phones have been upgraded with lots of new technological features.1. Mobile phone – A complete walletA new technology standard called “near-field communications,” or NFC, will turn cell phones into credit or debit cards. A chip is embedded in a phone that allows you to make a payment by using a touch-sensitive interface or by bringing the phone within a few centimeters of an NFC reader. Your credit card account or bank account is charged accordingly.2. The World Wide Web in your pocketToday many smart phones already provide full HTML browsers. Nokia’s latest N-series and E-series phones, which run Opera browsers for the Symbian operating system, are among the most advanced. In the future, these mobile HTML browsers will make their way onto even the most basic phones. . 3. Location, location, locationDue to a Federal Communications Commission mandate that requires operators to locate people when they dial 911 in an emergency, a large number of mobile phones sold in the United States already have integrated GPS (global positioning system) chips. While… Read full this story
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