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Phones For Boys

22nd May 2003

Japan : Two Japanese companies ( NEC and Konami ) have come up with a novel use for "Phones For Boys" where you use your mobile phone to remotely control toy cars - in this case with an NEC phone. The communication is achieved via infrared comms. Above shows the remote ( phone ) being used with a Jordan and Ferrari F1 racing cars.

Apparently, you download data for the remote control from a website onto your mobile phone. They are currently being trialed on i-Mode and Mova phones. The editor of 3G confirms he's up for this haha.

TODAY'S PRESS RELEASES
Phones For Boys
Two Japanese companies ( NEC and Konami ) have come up with a novel use for "Phones For Boys" where you use your mobile phone to remotely control toy cars
10 Billion Blown On 3G
The deficit - a consequence of massive asset writedowns - came despite Europe’s fifth-biggest mobile operator boosting core earnings.
Wireless Advertising Pays Off
With average click-through rates that are five times higher than standard online advertising and stronger recall rates than television advertising, mobile marketing has come of age
Siemens Hands 3G To India
With the launch of six new mobile phones, Siemens Information and Communication Mobile (Siemens mobile) intends to conquer the Indian mobile communication market.
New Megapixel Camera Phone
J-PHONE announced that the J-SH53 by Sharp, which comes with a built-in CCD mobile camera capable of photographing 1 million effective pixels,
New NTT DoCoMo Wireless Handset
Designed especially for users who enjoy i-shot™ picture messaging, the D505i comes with a high-resolution Super CCD camera that has an effective resolution of 630,000 pixels and built-in flash.
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