With Seiko’s new Wristomo, you actually have to take it off of your wrist to make a phone call, with one strap containing a speaker and the other a microphone. The Wristomo can also browse the web, send and receive emails, and sync up with Microsoft Outlook. Available in Japan.
Palm looks like the smallest iPhone you’ve ever seen, but it’s not a phone2018/10/16
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Raspberry Pi-based ZeroPhone promises ‘an open-source, Linux-powered’ handset2018/09/07
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