Universal Interactions using Smart Phones

ITpapers has an article that presents a system architecture that allows users to interact with embedded systems located in their proximity using Smart Phones. These phones have the unique feature of incorporating short-range wireless connectivity (e.g., Bluetooth) and Internet connectivity (e.g., GPRS) in the same personal mobile device. This feature together with significant processing power and memory can turn a Smart Phone into the only mobile device that people will carry wherever they go.
Smart Phone: An Embedded System for Universal Interactions

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