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Submitted by SJIND 792d ago | opinion piece

The Next Killer Feature in Smartphones

Gizmodo: For a long time now, our smartphones have been getting more and more, well, smart. They do more things. You probably haven’t beaten your phone at chess in years. And the race to cram increasingly granular, eventually useless, features into them has defined the past few years of phone making. Except the next big waypoint won’t be some technological marvel like week-long battery life. It’s something much simpler: Plain old chat. (Phones, Smartphone)

fatstarr  +   793d ago
Great article better than i thought it would be.
ironfist92  +   792d ago
Has the writer never heard of or used IMO?

https://imo.im/

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