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In the future, cell phones will be able to morph into always connected video games, all access televisions, and your own personal credit card.
The Network: tomorrow’s cell phones will be able to move memory to computers or any other source you want to hook your phone to by several mega-bites per second! Now that’s fast! The phone makers will partner up with WiFi and for TV., they will group up with DVB-H and Mediaflo which are mobile television broadcasting systems. IMS is the only thing letting the two medias work together and let the handheld games and TV connect.
The Cameras: in tomorrow’s cell phones, the cameras will have high resolutions with 8 mega pixels or more. Mega pixels are the things that make up the image. They will have the same picture and capabilities found in today’s digital still cameras and video cameras! That’s some photograph!
Today, communications are already progressing. You can use instant massanger, you can check your e-mail, surf the web, and you can have voice command and voice recorders. Blogs and podcasts are some future social tools that are still progressing. Experts are saying that soon in the next few
years you could watch over 100 channels from your cell phone. You can even pay from your phone in the future. Soon, you can record TV shows on the camera in your phone and then later watch in surround sound on your phone. If you miss your favorite band's concert, you can watch it on your phone. In the future, your phone can turn into a credit card. Kind of like an electronic wallet. You can pay for your groceries in your car from your phone. The cameras in the phones would be smaller than a dime, but way more powerful. That is one small camera!
The telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in the late 1870’s.
In 1875, Bell said he could hear sound over a wire. In 1886, the telephone was born and the telegraph was obsolete. Bell's telephone led to the invention of the photo phone.