The folks over at NTT DoCoMo Japan have come up with a lazy man’s tool that we’ve love to have. During a demonstration at the Wireless Technology Park 2010, the carrier demoed an email generator that promises to take just up to three words of input, and turn that into a nice, full bodied email. Coming from the tech minds in Japan, there is even more magic to this, as it will generate different types of emails, depending on the relationship you have with the person you’re emailing, which could be your boss, parents or client etc. So all you need to do is say “late, 10 minutes” and the phone will know what to do. From what we gather, it means more work for the phone and less work for us, and we like that deal. Check out a video of it in action after the jump.
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