The passage is as follows:
There are lots more advantages to a mobile phone other than the merits mentioned above. With the countless developments that it has brought and is still bringing people, one can say that it is everything in one portable handheld device.
So basically this passage talks about the advantages of a mobile phone. What I don't get is the phrase "With the countless developments that it has brought and is still bringing people". Aren't we supposed to use "bringing to people" instead of "bringing people"? I would be glad if you could help me understand why the phrase "bringing people" is correct.