According to PMS, "The wearer will never have to worry about forgetting the details of a conversation, someone's name when they meet, etc...The device will capture all of it"
The software runs on Windows Mobile 3.0 and 5.0 devices. PMS claims that users can easily optimise their devices for 24/7 recording and offers training videos "on every step of using the software" on its website.
The technology requires 4Gbytes of memory on the mobile device for 24 hours of continuous recording and includes software to download this to a PC. PMS suggests users then archive these daily recordings on DVDs.
In March Google let slip the concept of the gDrive, saying that "with infinite storage, we can house all user files, including e-mails, Web history, pictures, bookmarks, etc., and make it accessible from anywhere (any device, any platform, etc)." Earlier this month it took one step in that direction with the launch of Picasa Web Albums, a service that offers hosting of personal digital photo albums. h Meanwhile Microsoft is offering customers storage under its LiveDrive service.