I see no need for it, so I voted NO. I have a smart phone for convenience only, it is not even allowed on the work network, as it is a personal phone, and it has no docking capabilities, its only outside interface is a micro USB connector, through which it can be charged and/or connected to a computer. It might have bluetooth capabilities, but I have never tried to use them.
As someone said earlier, phones would have to be redesigned to allow for such a feature.
I just heard this morning (5/7/12) that phone prices will be going up and carriers won't be subsidizing them as much and the usage prices will be going up as well. I guess I won't be upgrading this year, if that is the case. The phone is convenience, I wouldn't even try to do any real work with it, the screen is too small, the keyboard is small, it takes a long time to access the internet over the air...It complains when it hasn't been restarted in a week's time...
If it gets too expensive, I may have to go back to just a phone!
Someone does not proofread their articles beofre summarizing them in an email:
Risks and Benefits of Socing Networking in Business
Rapid growth of social networking requires that today's businesses provide and support this communication medium. This resource discusses risks and advantages of social networking in the enterprise."
I saw this and had to read it several times to figure out what socing was supposed to be, I am guessing it is social.
Hal 9000: it is were not where.
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