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Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Cellular phones changing to become more big and versatile via NYT

The cellular industry's long pursuit of ever-more minuscule phones has shifted into reverse, giving rise to bulkier wireless handsets with larger color screens and small versions of standard qwerty-style computer keyboards to send e-mail and instant messages.The multifunction devices are beginning to find an audience beyond gadget lovers, according to cellular executives, who hope to put their digital wireless networks to use for more than voice traffic. We are also beginning to see deployment of RFID chips in mobile phones - This opens up many possibilities like - going to the airport with mobile phone and RFID tag instead of an eticket, restaurants making use of this technology in unique ways to identify and collect payments from customers etc..
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