Experts have said the real estate market is frothy and values are hard to find. I have discovered some real estate that is going to be invaluable soon.
Want to know where it is?
Oceanfront property? No it's four square inches.
From The NY Times.com As cellphones bulk up, how much is too much? .
There is a digital land rush going on, driven by rapid advances in technology that make it possible to put more and more tools of higher and higher quality into phones.
The recognition that talk is only part of the cellphone's future -that it is becoming a personal window into an evolving blend of communications, computing and media - has the existing players in the cellphone market scrambling, and new entrants looking for a way in.
In surveys of cellphone users, respondents say there are three things they always take with them when they leave home: wallet, keys and cellphone.
The wallet will merge into the cellphone with a contactless credit card application .
MasterCard, Visa, and American Express are in trials with Nokia and Motorola for this feature. One reason why I stated credit card companies and service providers should get together.
Yes those four square inches will be very valuable to the companies that figure out how to make a consumer friendly application and the advertisers that get permission.
Imagine if search engines had to get permission to advertise when you did a search on your PC. Would advertisers get creative to reach you?
They will have to now.