OpenFrame Platform By OpenPeak
OpenPeak has unveiled the OpenFrame platform that hopes to bring a semblance of the iPhone OS to the home phone, an effort that is normally found on other cell phones without much success so far. The OpenFrame is a tiny tablet that resembles a digital picture frame, and will be accompanied by a traditional handset, where both are manufactured by OpenPeak and will be sold via telecommunications companies for $200 to $300. Developers are encouraged to come up with third-party programs including staples such as a calendar, local weather & news and Internet radio. Do you think the OpenFrame platform will catch on, considering similar online services are already available on the PC or laptop? I suppose it might be if the non-geek demographic were to pick it up.