Tag Archives: smartphone
The evolution of content delivery from physical forms (paper and plastic) to virtual, screen-centric forms is a reflection of a macroeconomic trend called dematerialization. Our world is shifting from a physical orientation to a more virtual one.
Some proof points from Ronald Bailey at reason.com: Continue reading
Two of the most powerful trends in technology today are two sides of the same coin: cloud-based storage of digital content and an increase in the variety of devices being used to access that content. Continue reading
By an odd coincidence, I bought a new desktop PC for our home office yesterday and a new smart phone for my wife today, both from the same Best Buy store.
For the first time, a phone is costing us more this year than a PC. And after setting up both the PC and the phone, it’s not that big of a surprise. Continue reading
This year, millions of us are shifting our web use beyond our desk to our car, beyond our desktop to our tablet, beyond our PC to our smartphone
Here are some questions to ask as you take your web use on the road. Continue reading