Oooh! The latest phone from Philips is a VoIP telephone powered by Liniux with a built-in VGA camera that rotates. PLUS, you can connect the phone to your TV to browse your pictures.
Implications - While photographs and videos taken on a cellphone or a smartphone are typically an individual activity, consumers are looking for ways to share their own media in more ways than simply on social media networking sites. One way to do this is by bringing the family back to the television set, but not to watch movies or shows, but rather, to browse personal photographs. Other brands in the technology industry can consider how its products connect with television sets in order to make the most of real-life social participation.
1. Voip Videophones with Built-in Cameras - Companies can create new and innovative ways for consumers to share and browse personal photographs on their televisions.
2. Connecting Technology with Television Sets - Brands in the technology industry can consider how its products connect with television sets in order to make the most of real-life social participation.
3. Personal Media Sharing Beyond Social Media - Consumers are looking for ways to share their own media beyond social media networking sites.
1. Telecommunications - Telecommunications companies can invest in VoIP videophones with built-in cameras.
2. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies can create products that easily connect with televisions to enhance real-life social participation.
3. Photography and Media - Companies in photography and media can create platforms that enable consumers to share personal media beyond social media networking sites.