Correction: SPOTLIGHT: Another phone for the elderly


It seems personalized phones are becoming a true reality in the wireless industry, as yet another mobile phone for the elderly enters the fray. DoCoMo debuted its elder phones earlier this month, now Empire has bowed its Life Phone. The latest handset is designed for older users who find existing handsets "too fiddly and complicated to use," according to Textually.org. The phone has neither camera nor music player, but comes with a loud speaker tuned for those who use a hearing aid. The big screen and buttons are for the "partially" sighted. Blog

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