Phone Pauses TV For Incoming Call
Oct 10, 2005, 12:34 PM by (staff)
LG today unveiled a new phone for Korea with a "time machine." Many Korean phones have digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) tuners that allow subscribers to receive TV and radio on their phone. This time machine feature allows users to pause live TV being viewed on the phone when a call is received. The phone can store up to an hour of video and resume playback when the conversation is finished. The phone also has a split screen view for making calls or sending messages while still watching TV.
Google's 'Scheduled Pause' Lets You Customize WiFi Down Time
Google today added a feature to Google WiFi called Scheduled Pause. The tool is meant to help families control and manage when devices can and cannot access the internet.
Facebook Enables Group Calls from Messenger
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Google Translate Taps Into Neural Machine Translation
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Skype Debuts 'Click to Call' On Mobile
Skype today made a new desktop browser plugin available that lets users send phone numbers to their Android smartphone for calling. The Click to Call feature is already available to Skype's desktop apps.
Finally some thing I can use!!!!
Home alarms are tied into cell phones you check your home security...
This is neat finally a practical use for a cell phone!
Besides making a phone call you mean.