Ok So Samsung came out with Tectiles for the S3....Is a little sticker that can be program to do a task....Read below...anyways...I dont get it...explain it to me because Im tired and I just dont get it ...lol
Read about it here
Samsung TecTiles hands-on with Galaxy S III - SlashGear
edit: heres a video
edit 2: after watching the video I was wondering and thinking what can this be useful for...
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