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Breaking news from ihotdesk communications, Voice, VoIP and Video conferencing solutions in London:
Mobile phone technology will become more advanced in the future, according to a researcher at Which?.

Category Communications
25 April 2008
 
Mobile phone technology will become more advanced in the future, according to a researcher at Which?.

Jon Barrow, senior researcher at the consumer body, said that as soon as new technology hits the market, "everything else catches up".

"When the iPhone came out last year, it really popularised touch screens and now all the manufacturers have brought out touch screen phones," he added.

He added that the market will see more innovation, with the technology of the moment being global positioning systems.

Mr Barrow went on to predict that everything we now do on computers will soon be possible on mobile phones.

In December 2007, Ofcom published its annual International Communications Market report, which indicated that mobile was driving most of the communications sector growth and accounted for 53 per cent of total telecoms revenues.

This news follows comments by thinkbroadband.com earlier this month that people may soon be expected to pay more for their broadband internet connection if it is to become the main way entertainment such as TV and radio are accessed.


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