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As with most things technological, mobile phones continue their advancement year after year.
The get smaller, do more things and typically cost less money than the year before. That's why the mobile phone of a decade ago has been replaced by the cell phone of today, which will be (in turn) replaced by the smartphone of tomorrow.
These smartphones will start with such features as being able to play and record video, software that will include GPS capabilities within your smartphone, as well as the ability to become a miniaturized digital wallet tied biometrically to you alone, allowing you to make digital purchases in stores from your phone.
These are just some of the capabilities smartphones will feature in the near future.
If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below. I'll be happy to answer if I can.
--The guest blogger is Tech Guru Dave Politis with Politis Communications.