'Digital Me' on the device: Smartphones would be an extension of the user- capable of recognising them and predicting their next move. Your smartphone will track you throughout the day to learn, plan and solve problems for you, said Angie Wang, principle research analyst at Gartner. It will leverage its sensors, cameras and data to accomplish these tasks automatically."
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