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Cell Phones of the Future
As our reliance on technology increases, it can be argued that cell phones set the pace in terms of rapid advancements. It seems the cell phone can do just about everything but get your dinner on the table. The cell phone is also one piece of equipment that hundreds of millions of people rely on day to day. Current cell phone models not only come standard with a camera, but Internet service, MP3 players, and Bluetooth technology as well. What could it possibly do next?
In the next two years wireless technology will become one of our primary forms of entertainment. People will even be able to receive television broadcasts from major networks on their cell phones. As viewing options increase, plans for screen improvements are in place as well, claiming the viewing quality will be greatly enhanced.
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As cell phone technology adapts to accommodate the television realm, so will its internet services. Access to the internet will be much faster and less likely to drop in the middle of a search. You will also be able to share videos and photos and use your phone similar to how you would your computer. The cell phone will become a mini laptop in your pocket.
Cell Phones Full Throttle
Wireless technology is also expanding into the automotive industry. Many car manufacturers are adding wireless technology to their vehicles as a standard feature. The wireless technology in development will allow the owner of the vehicle to use wireless service hands free. What a better, safer way to allow people to continue to use their cellular phones while driving. The other nice thing is that many of these systems will also have integrated GPS as well, making it easier to get to where you are going without getting lost.
An All in One?
As technology advances in the years to come, cell phones could also become something other then a device for communication. Researchers are finding ways that you could use your cell phone as a wireless credit card device. This technology would allow you to pay for purchases with your cell phone. Just think, no more having to carry around a wallet. Your phone becomes your identification card and credit card all in one.
Regardless of the type of wireless phone system that you own now, you will want an upgrade within the next two to three years. New research has lead to improvements in wireless technology and people will continue to be able to use their phones for a variety of different functions outside of dialing a phone number.
Julianne Alzamora has 7 years of experience as a freelance writer. Her articles can be seen in several financial websites about investing, investment strategy, personal finance and topics on real estate.
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