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+ - Intel: future phones will sense your mood

An anonymous reader writes: Ultra-smartphones that react to your moods and televisions that can tell it's you who's watching are in your future as Intel Corp's top technology guru sets his sights on context-aware computing. Chief technology officer Justin Rattner stuffed sensors down his socks at the annual Intel Develop Forum in San Francisco on Wednesday to demonstrate how personal devices will one day offer advice that goes way beyond local restaurants and new songs to download. "How can we change the relationship so we think of these devices not as devices but as assistants or even companions?" he asked.
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