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Why your smartphone needs 5 cameras

4 monthes ago   |   By Computerworld

Who knew that the camera in your phone would turn out to be the most popular, useful and important technology in your life? The human race will take 1.3 trillion photos this year, according to Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends. Smartphones will be used for 87% of them. Most of these pictures are useless and frivolous - not only selfies, but bad selfies that will never even be posted. Don't even get me started about videos. Smartphone cameras are responsible for the biggest waste of storage space in history. But a huge number of these photos are valuable for business or professional uses...
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