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Forget the Debit Card -- use Your Phone

That's the thought Sony Corp. is hoping to eventually get in your head. The company is working on ways for consumers to use their cell phones to pay for groceries, pay for train fares, pick up checks at resturaunts and...

That's the thought Sony Corp. is hoping to eventually get in your head. The company is working on ways for consumers to use their cell phones to pay for groceries, pay for train fares, pick up checks at resturaunts and more.

Personally I think it's unnecessary technology -- but then again, someone once said "What do I need this thing for? I can get up out of my chair and change the channel myself."

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