The NJ Star-Ledger writes Experts say there is no major revolution just around the corner to rival cell phones, e-mail and the Internet, which changed the way many of us work. But there are always a few refinements.
Just as an example: Ever been at a meeting and watched as a colleague scribbled a complicated presentation on a white board and wondered how you could jot it all down? Try using your digital camera, says Rafe Needleman, editor at CNET.com, a technology news Web site, who focuses on the workplace and technology. (Warning: Some companies worried about trade secrets, including Samsung, are banning camera phones at work, according to Vincent Alfieri, a labor and employment lawyer with Bryan Cave in New York.)
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