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One day when you sit in the cafe at Starbucks waiting for that guy who's never on time you could be spending the wasted minutes sharing files stored on your...

One day when you sit in the cafe at Starbucks waiting for that guy who’s never on time you could be spending the wasted minutes sharing files stored on your cell phone. In Kuwait people already use Bluetooth technology to send each other files anonymously, Gizmodo reports.

This trend seems determined to spread around the globe. Textually reports that the Nokia Research Center in Budapest, Hungary, have adapted the peer-to-peer (P2P) schemes to share files and tested them on their 6600 model cellphones.

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