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The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo

The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo | Mobile Consulting |

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Alex Shirlaw's curator insight, March 22, 2013 1:14 AM

This article talks about mobile phone technology that can "learn from use", and "change over time". Capuozzo is clearly trying to communicate that mobile technology is going to continuously become smarter and more intelligent until it is comparable with that of the human brain. The technological evolution is inevitable, not only in mobile computing but in any kind of technology - the only constraint, is time.

Modeah Hariri's curator insight, March 24, 2013 10:51 AM

I like it

Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 6:08 AM

The future of mobile technology will advance tremendously in the next 10 years. Rather than disposing of handheld devices every couple years, companies have new ideas for future mobile technologies to make devices with interchangeable hardware and adapts to the user. Also companies plan to use new designs like flexible oled screens nano tubes and a a flexible battery.

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Mobility is changing the way we live: here’s how | memeburn

Mobility is changing the way we live: here’s how | memeburn | Mobile Consulting |

...According to tech research company Gartner, the most profound changes are occurring in the way people organise their lives and the spaces they live in.

It’s got a point. Think about it, if you own a tablet, when was the last time you took your laptop to bed with you?


“Early adopters tend to leave the home laptop in the bag and are abandoning the home office in favour of the lounge room couch or bedroom to do online activities in a more comfortable environment using a tablet or smartphone,” says Nick Ingelbrecht, research director at Gartner.


The falling price of mobile tech also means that, although we’re collectively spending less on these devices, they’re becoming increasingly pervasive. “This early adopter trend is becoming mainstream consumer behaviour”, says Ingelbrecht. “Consequently, technology and service providers are faced with no alternative but to innovate for mobility. If they do nothing, they face a potential train wreck as consumers abandon gadgets, services and applications that do not fully support changing mobile lifestyles.”...

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 16, 2013 10:23 PM

Snapshot of mobile product and usage changes.