Shifd, a project owned by the New York Times that won best product at the London Hack Day two weeks ago, gives you away to shift between your computer and cellphone seamlessly. And back again.
The finished product isn’t out yet, but you can sign up for it at the site. Here’s a video demo of how it works:
The first version works by placing an RFID chip in your mobile phone, which communicates with another chip placed in reader hooked to your PC.
When the phone is placed on the reader, you can go to your page at the Shifd.com site and add notes, Web content such as RSS feeds, and directions to businesses you are visiting. You drag and drop it into an area that is designated for the phone. Then you can pick up the phone and carry it with you.
The company says it will release a version without the RFID chips soon. There’s more information here.