One of our readers just sent in a clip of a person who is apparently controlling his PC (playing GTA: SA) via a Sony Ericsson SE K750 handset, loaded with Ubiquitous Viewer software. Video after the jump.

The software is loaded on the cellphone and a client is loaded on the (Windows) PC. From there the cellphone gives users access to the computer by turning its keypad into a virtual QWERTY keyboard, complete with directional control. As of now the software works via a Bluetooth connection, or at 2.4Mbps (maximum) using BREW-enabled cellphones on CDMA 2000 1xEvDO networks

[via Geek]

One of our readers just sent in a clip of a person who is apparently controlling his PC (playing GTA: SA) via a Sony Ericsson SE K750 handset, loaded with Ubiquitous Viewer software. Video after the jump.

The software is loaded on the cellphone and a client is loaded on the (Windows) PC. From there the cellphone gives users access to the computer by turning its keypad into a virtual QWERTY keyboard, complete with directional control. As of now the software works via a Bluetooth connection, or at 2.4Mbps (maximum) using BREW-enabled cellphones on CDMA 2000 1xEvDO networks

[via Geek]