Thursday, May 26, 2005

Your Next Computer

Sometimes it takes mass media to recognize a revolution taking place.

From Your Next Computer .

There are 1.5 billion mobile phones in the world today. Already you can use them to browse the Web, take pictures, send e-mail and play games. Soon they could make your PC obsolete.

Technology revolutions come in two flavors: jarringly fast and imperceptibly slow. The fast kind, like the sudden ubiquity of iPods or the proliferation of music-sharing sites on the Net, seem to instantly reshape the cultural landscape.

The slower upheavals grind away over the course of decades, subtly transforming the way we live and work. The emergence of mobile phones around the world has been slow but overwhelmingly momentous.

Now maybe some will realize why having the operating system and the search/location engine for this "next computer" is critical for their survival.

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