Sofia Langenskiold

Sofia Langenskiold

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Helsinki, Finland  ·  A graduated graphic designer on papers. A graphic design lover, music fanatic, style watcher, adventure seeker and chill-out person in general.
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Phonebloks or The Future of Phones!

Question Phonebloks are The Future of Phones, you will be able to get to things faster, and the phone will last longer without one of the blocks wearing down.

Infograph on the Future of #Mobile

The new big thing in advertising is mobile marketing. Read on for some tips on how to use mobile marketing to your business. Do not just add loads of numbers when you are constructing a mobile marketing database.

AirType, a startup in Austin, Texas, may have found a way to solve the mobile keyboard problem: get rid of the keyboard entirely.

Airtype is, the keyless keyboard of the future. The innovative device fits in the palm of your hand and let´s you type on any surface, it learns your finger movements and adapts to the way you type, so you don´t need to change your typing habits, it´

This smart thermometer not only takes your temperature - but also gives you diagnosis advice. #parenting #technology

Kinsa Smart Thermometer - a socially responsible infectious diseases early-warning system for your local community. The smart thermometer not only takes your temperature, but gives early warning signs of infectious diseases in your local community.

Just last month, designers Pilotfish and sensor maker Synaptics released the prototype of a cell phone without any buttons. Dubbed the Onyx device, the phone is operated solely by signs and gestures. Just swiping the screen opens and closes applications, and lifting the phone to your cheek automatically answers calls. Additionally, the designs are being revamped including origami cell phones, foldable phones and even a wristwatch cell phone.

Motion Operated Cell Phones The cell phone of the future will forgo the tedium of using your hands and is expected to operate solely on gestures — think Kinect for your handheld phone.