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Most phones these days at the very least have blue-tooth, as mentioned,
blue-tooth dongle which sticks into your computer via the USB port
makes it very easy to wirelessly transfer files.
Nokia and Motorola phones (speaking from experience) tends to have ‘USB ports’ for connection to the PC via the appropriate USB lead using the manufacturers software, I think Motorola try to charge for it, (though there are other open-source software out there) whilst Nokia is free.
Infa-red. Though I haven’t had a laptop yet that had an infa-red sensor, and I’ve bought some pretty expensive laptops.
Most phones these days have access to the internet GPRS/WAP easy to attach it to an email and send. Although all that data-transferring could become rather costly.
Some phones can automatically upload images to website provided by your operator. I know Orange do this.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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