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SMS turns 21 amid declining texting trend - SMS (Short Message Service), that is now used more frequently than voice calling on mobile phones completes two decades of its existence on December 3. Today more than two lakh SMSs are sent every second, but this 160-character craze began when Neil Papworth, a 22-year-old British engineer, sent the first text message via Vodafone's UK network to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone. The message said, "Merry Chistmas." There was a gap of eight years from when SMS was first envisaged by Finnish civil servant Matti Makkonen at a telecommunication conference in 1984 to the first actual SMS being sent outside laboratory conditions.

SMS turns 21 amid declining texting trend - SMS (Short Message Service), that is now used more frequently than voice calling on mobile phones completes two decades of its existence on December 3. Today more than two lakh SMSs are sent every second, but this 160-character craze began when Neil Papworth, a 22-year-old British engineer, sent the first text message via Vodafone's UK network to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone. The message said, "Merry Chistmas." There was a gap of eight years from when SMS was first envisaged by Finnish civil servant Matti Makkonen at a telecommunication conference in 1984 to the first actual SMS being sent outside laboratory conditions.

SMS turns 21 amid declining texting trend - SMS (Short Message Service), that is now used more frequently than voice calling on mobile phones completes two decades of its existence on December 3. Today more than two lakh SMSs are sent every second, but this 160-character craze began when Neil Papworth, a 22-year-old British engineer, sent the first text message via Vodafone's UK network to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone. The message said, "Merry Chistmas." There was a gap of eight years from when SMS was first envisaged by Finnish civil servant Matti Makkonen at a telecommunication conference in 1984 to the first actual SMS being sent outside laboratory conditions.

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SmartWatch gets Music player and 8 Game extensions- We can’t really add more to the SmartWatch’s coolness, because it’s already that cool as a watch. But, perhaps it could use more apps to get more functionalities. Sony has just released a couple of new extensions for developers out there. The latest SDK release for the SmartWatch gives developers the ability to build on its music player and a simple puzzle called 8 Game. The music extension will be used to control music playback on a phone. It will also show the track currently being played and you can start or pause, go to next track, and etc. The open source version of the music extension also works with the Android vanilla Music player. The 8 Game extension, on the other hand, is a simple puzzle game for the SmartWatch. You can use an image on your phone, or use tiles with numbers on them. Basically, all you have to do is to move a tile, press it, or swipe it to form the puzzle. Once the tiles are in the correct order, you can choose to share the results via email, SMS text message or through a social media app. If you long press during the game, it will bring up a menu where you can start a new game. Both extensions are open source, and SmartWatch developers can find instructions for the new extensions via the Sony Mobile website.

SmartWatch gets Music player and 8 Game extensions- We can’t really add more to the SmartWatch’s coolness, because it’s already that cool as a watch. But, perhaps it could use more apps to get more functionalities. Sony has just released a couple of new extensions for developers out there. The latest SDK release for the SmartWatch gives developers the ability to build on its music player and a simple puzzle called 8 Game. The music extension will be used to control music playback on a phone. It will also show the track currently being played and you can start or pause, go to next track, and etc. The open source version of the music extension also works with the Android vanilla Music player. The 8 Game extension, on the other hand, is a simple puzzle game for the SmartWatch. You can use an image on your phone, or use tiles with numbers on them. Basically, all you have to do is to move a tile, press it, or swipe it to form the puzzle. Once the tiles are in the correct order, you can choose to share the results via email, SMS text message or through a social media app. If you long press during the game, it will bring up a menu where you can start a new game. Both extensions are open source, and SmartWatch developers can find instructions for the new extensions via the Sony Mobile website.

SmartWatch gets Music player and 8 Game extensions- We can’t really add more to the SmartWatch’s coolness, because it’s already that cool as a watch. But, perhaps it could use more apps to get more functionalities. Sony has just released a couple of new extensions for developers out there. The latest SDK release for the SmartWatch gives developers the ability to build on its music player and a simple puzzle called 8 Game. The music extension will be used to control music playback on a phone. It will also show the track currently being played and you can start or pause, go to next track, and etc. The open source version of the music extension also works with the Android vanilla Music player. The 8 Game extension, on the other hand, is a simple puzzle game for the SmartWatch. You can use an image on your phone, or use tiles with numbers on them. Basically, all you have to do is to move a tile, press it, or swipe it to form the puzzle. Once the tiles are in the correct order, you can choose to share the results via email, SMS text message or through a social media app. If you long press during the game, it will bring up a menu where you can start a new game. Both extensions are open source, and SmartWatch developers can find instructions for the new extensions via the Sony Mobile website.

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:: Watch The Future, Smartphone Wrist Control Concept :: A new watch concept has been created by F.Bertrand called the “Watch The Future”, which has been designed to enable you to link to application on your smartphone. Enabling you to control and receive updates directly on your wrist. The “Watch The Future” concept wrist watch can display the weather, your contacts, stock exchange information, SMS messages, Facebook updates, your GPS location and more. As well as keeping you update-to-date with the current time. The innovative watch concept would keep the application you use most at easy access, and would even change the icons location on the strap according to the position of your wrist. Other options that would be available to add to the watch include the possibility to track your pulse and even your emotions. It even enables you to keep track of your phone by ring it when you can’t quite remember where you put it. Unfortunately due to the watch being just a concept don’t expect it to arrive in stores soon. But do expect the technology to start to making its way to wrist style devices over the coming years, allowing you to interact with your smartphone in new and exiting ways.

:: Watch The Future, Smartphone Wrist Control Concept :: A new watch concept has been created by F.Bertrand called the “Watch The Future”, which has been designed to enable you to link to application on your smartphone. Enabling you to control and receive updates directly on your wrist. The “Watch The Future” concept wrist watch can display the weather, your contacts, stock exchange information, SMS messages, Facebook updates, your GPS location and more. As well as keeping you update-to-date with the current time. The innovative watch concept would keep the application you use most at easy access, and would even change the icons location on the strap according to the position of your wrist. Other options that would be available to add to the watch include the possibility to track your pulse and even your emotions. It even enables you to keep track of your phone by ring it when you can’t quite remember where you put it. Unfortunately due to the watch being just a concept don’t expect it to arrive in stores soon. But do expect the technology to start to making its way to wrist style devices over the coming years, allowing you to interact with your smartphone in new and exiting ways.

:: Watch The Future, Smartphone Wrist Control Concept :: A new watch concept has been created by F.Bertrand called the “Watch The Future”, which has been designed to enable you to link to application on your smartphone. Enabling you to control and receive updates directly on your wrist. The “Watch The Future” concept wrist watch can display the weather, your contacts, stock exchange information, SMS messages, Facebook updates, your GPS location and more. As well as keeping you update-to-date with the current time. The innovative watch concept would keep the application you use most at easy access, and would even change the icons location on the strap according to the position of your wrist. Other options that would be available to add to the watch include the possibility to track your pulse and even your emotions. It even enables you to keep track of your phone by ring it when you can’t quite remember where you put it. Unfortunately due to the watch being just a concept don’t expect it to arrive in stores soon. But do expect the technology to start to making its way to wrist style devices over the coming years, allowing you to interact with your smartphone in new and exiting ways.

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