A phone will never be smarter than the user. What I mean is, these are most likely features that will need to be turned on and understood before it works. If a user doesn't understand how to turn them on or tweak the settings, then it's useless anyways. So, it's possible the phone has the potential to be smarter but the user needs to understand how to get it going.
I'm sorry I'm late. My phone was confused about the time. It didn't set my alarm properly. My phone didn't tell me there'd be traffic this morning. My phone didn't sync up with my car last night and remind me to get gas. Whaaa whaaa it wasn't my fault... haha
my friend's sister-in-law makes $83 every hour on the computer. She has been out of a job for ten months but last month her pay was $17797 just working on the computer for a few hours. you could check here............. WWW.JOBS61.COM
nope, still not good. i remember the saying "what kind of god depends on human pray to be strong?". it practically the same:
"Phones will become our secret digital agent, but only if we are willing to provide the information they require," Carolina Milanesi,
ONLY if we input the information they require. still need our input. not so smart. i will say devices and gadgets are smarter than the user if they get the level of Jarvis in Iron Man. remember Avenger when Stark ask Jarvis to transfer the remaining energy to the jet? Jarvis said "already on it".
"having your files and data in the cloud and accessible by multiple devices" Hell No freakin" way never , cloud = someone else's computer, I ' ll keep my stuff in my own hands , this cloud fad has got to stop