TechBytes: Mobile World Congress

Solar rechargeable smart phones and keyboard-less computers are among new products introduced.
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And today's tech minds more new products at the mobile world congress in Barcelona among them a solar powered Smartphone -- -- -- not actually selling the phone just to screen overlay that starts recharging the battery when it's exposed to natural or artificial life. Fujitsu was showing off a way to turn almost any servers into a keyboard using -- tablets camera the software tracks the user's fingers and then converts that to keyboard input. And it looked at -- says some day you might not even need to -- just wave your kids it uses ultrasound to interpret gestures into commands. And there's a slight delay built in vacation tend to talk with your hands. Meanwhile at a conference in California Google founders Sergey Brin said the company created into Google glasses because modern Smartphones are quote emasculated. Without buttons brand says users are just touching. And robbing a piece of glass those -- tech -- have a great day I'm rob Nelson.

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