Episode: IDF2012 – Situational Sensitive Communication


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IDF2012 – Situational Sensitive Communication

IDF2012 – Intel Labs Media Day: What if your phone, laptop and other devices knew your context and could share that with family and friends. Your devices could suggest the best way to reach you. Intel Labs researchers have been investigating contextual awareness across devices so that our devices can help us interact better with each other. This demo comes from a special Intel Labs’ presentation on Day Zero of the Intel Developer Forum 2012 in San Francisco.

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