Recent Examples of smartphone from the Web
Most modern smartphones can charge at 2.0 amps, while slow or stagnant charging can result from using current at 1.0 amp or lower when the device is in use.
Delgatty is already exploring technology that would allow people to unlock scooters via smartphone.
Its touchscreen wall was carried over into ARTLENS, a permanent gallery that replaced it; only the radio-frequency connection to CMA’s smartphone app, now called ARTLENS app, was replaced by Bluetooth.
This is not a drill, read the emergency-system alert pushed to people’s smartphones statewide.
Kinsa, one of several companies that make thermometers that connect to smartphones, has produced data on flu-like symptoms for the last two years that has been similar to the information from the Centers for Disease Control, but with less lag time.
Shoppers scan in through a row of electronic gates using a smartphone app, and are billed by the same app after walking out with their groceries—without any cashier lines.
To enter the Amazon Go store, customers download a smartphone app and scan a QR code to open a glass turnstile.
An explosion of devices sported tiny video cameras connected to smartphones while other gadgets were recording in a continuous loop — just in case something happened.
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