The smartphone wars are over. Apple and Google won. Intel, Microsoft, Blackberry and others lost. But this is old, old news. The smart money has already moved on. The next platform battles are already well underway.
Understanding where the new battlegrounds have moved to is vital for anybody in the tech sphere. Even if you're not in tech, knowing where the tech world is going next is key to future success. It should inform your business strategy, your partnership strategy, and probably your personal financial investment strategy.
I believe we are moving into the fourth era of personal computing. The first era was characterized by the emergence of the PC. The second by the web and the browser, and the third by mobile and apps.
The fourth era of computing is a potent combination of technologies and an alphabet soup of computing buzzwords:
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Augmented reality (AR) technology makes it possible for the digital realm and the real world to combine in a seamless environment. With AR, digital components and overlays work to enhance and elevate real life scenarios in countless ways. Not only is augmented reality consumed by only tech corporations and gaming communities, but it is also …
The game lab will benefit companies in the region, students of Universities, as well as individual developers., says Jussi Loukiainen, project manager at West Coast Startup,
"This is a unique model of cooperation between YLE, Universities and the local gaming companies. This is one tangible result from the current cooperation started in spring 2016 between the actors in the creative industries area, Vsa Creative Connection”, says Johan Sundström, Head of Swedish YLE Mediaproduction.
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