Junior High-Def

Manes, Stephen
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p58
The article features Sanyo Xacti HD-1 high-definition video camera and Bones in Motion cellular telephone program. Sanyo Xacti uses solid-state cards to record sounds and pictures. It can serve as a 5 megapixel still camera and as a voice recorder. Bones in Motion has tapped the global positioning system that comes in some cellular telephones. The Bones in Motion's Web site called Bimactive.com can receive the information via the cellular telephone's data service and display the user's travels. INSET: PHONE ON THE RUN.


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