Zumba phone promises secure, accurate voice control

Mobile phones

Designed on an industrial estate in Hereford, the Zumba is the world’s first fully hands-free mobile phone. It comes in two sections – an earpiece and a body. The body is about the size of a credit card and looks a bit like an MP3 player. The earpiece is more like a hearing aid.

Voice recognition tech navigates you through the menus and your contacts are securely stored on a website called “Zumba Lumba”(!). The manufacturers claim that if lost, the phone is useless to anyone but you. It’ll be in shops before the end of the year, and there’s no price tag yet.

(via Reg Hardware)

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Duncan Geere
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  • Definitely want one of these…
    True Handsfree, secure. Proto looks light and easy to carry.

    Way to go for true innovation. Really amazing.

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