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Technology taking us beyond the digital limits - Going mobile

Updated on March 5, 2015

Which Device is your Favorite

Our fate lies in technology

Today I was on Google+ and was stream surfing, and something there always seems to catch my eye, so what I do is simply comment on the latest catchy, trendy thing, and make sure to give it a +1 as well as share it with folks. "Ummm, hold up for one second here", what is all this I'm talking about here. LOL.

Could this be the direction humanity as a whole is headed towards, the eventual circle followings & must I say the mass groupings of people following all these new trends to communicate it all to one another via a web browser. Well, I guess this is the start of something quite old, but entirely new at the same time, like ever since Facebook had its powerful success & all.

The web has always been about communicating effectively for us humans ever since it's inception, but today its been taken to a whole new level entirely since we now have much more devices that can effectively complete the connections.

Android is "Awesome"

Mobile Phones-The Smart Phone Saga Continues

These cool little gadgets didn't always have the bright intuitive, slick look, feel and touch sensitive displays as they do today. I'm sure most of us have experienced this phone evolution, where it all began many years back with Sir Thomas Edison, and Alexander Gram Bell.

Today cell phone technology is more like a futuristic Star Trek like experience, where people are feeding telecommunications via satellite and wireless through pda communicators as well as tethering, or Wi-Fi. It's quite amazing the way we all can connect with one another, but the direction we're headed with it all isn't quite as impressive, in my most humble opinion.


Axis or Allies via smart mobile devices

Google, Samsung, AT&T, Apple, BlackBerry, Verizon, Toshiba, Sony, IBM, Microsoft, HP & a list of many other manufacturing companies, and service providers are either in a battle royal sort to speak, or they have been somewhat forced to team up together to survive the digital onslaught we've all witnessed today.

This activity on a technological scale has made the economy become dependent on the livelihood of such huge competition, and is the very reason why things may instantly become unstable out in the stock market. This is so because these new found technologies are now interdependent on the Internet. Since each one is being marketed, sold, and communicated via the World Wide Web today to us all on the entire globes surface, and this interdependence poses both a danger to the individual user online, as well as a true benefit. Unlimited potential comes to those who invest their time and money the right smarter ways into making these technologies work for them rather than the opposite..

At one point in time the Internet wasn't a part of the global economy and the stock market. Today it has taken its rightful position in our huge Global market place as a whole, and has been added to its powerful financial equations for business investors, bankers, consumers & most of humanity with access to its monetary connections. These new age technologies today are leading the trend of most societies, & literally has acquired a major control of the stock markets overall value for most major Corporations & small businesses.

Every business today needs these small smart devices to compete as well, so its something that will not be leaving us any time soon, no matter the title of the company that sells, packages, & produced such a great product.

Take Your Pick

The Tablet Wars

Ipad, BlackBerry Playbook, Galaxy Tab, Motorola Xoom and countless others are fighting it out, in an all out battle to steal the crowds attention. I love this digital stuff!, don't we all do, but where is it all taking us too. I think that having accessibility to resources is essential today indeed, but the amount of time it takes to consume info being rendered from off these cool new gadgets is becoming "super" time consuming.

Lets hope that people can learn to balance out their user experiences much more fluidly in the near future. I can say that by looking at people walking around with mobile devices, talking chatting and the likes without regard to what's in front of them is an indicator of what this sort of advances have lead too in this day and time.

The advantages aren't known by everyone, but if you own a business today you can work wonders with these magical little gadgets they call tablets. Anywhere from business networking, peer to peer conferencing, to video chat meetings via internal web cam, as well as hidden business application features just waiting to be unleashed by its users.

These new found devices are packing a digital power punch and are taking online businesses off into the cloud's (Cloud Computing) of E-business success. Not every business succeeds, but those who do what's necessary and who have the right Intel, professionalism, and technical aptitude in mind will survive on the web today thanks to hyperconectivity, marketing, and Advertising dollars.

Tablet Wars Poll - You be the Judge

Pick the Device you think wins the Battle

See results

Amazing new Microsoft developments - The HoloDesk

Innovative Tech

Innovative technologies are coming literally coming out of now where it appears, actually it's all been dreamed up by many powerful minds, and when they all come together as one, behind some truly powerful capital, this here is an example of the end result.

Look at the new concept being worked on by Microsoft, and yes I said Microsoft. Imagine if Bill Gates never invented the Windows Operating System, where would the computing industry be today, without all of Microsoft's technological advances. Let's not talk about Steve Jobs, may he rest in peace, & the all powerful Apple Corporation. This cool video tells the tale all on it's own, & I rest my case on that note.

Auto what? this is amazing cloud based technology

Autodesk = Cloud based Autocad via web browser

Here's another cool new cloud based tech, that has some powerful potential, depending on the users knowledge or purpose for it's usage. Awesome Stuff.

Amazing times are up ahead and there's so much to come from this cloud based computing. "Can't wait to see the future of it all."


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    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      7 years ago from New York City

      Thanks Rey & Shanaya I appreciate the feedback here

    • shanaya profile image


      7 years ago from Living in my Own Dreams:)

      Hey Cloud! Very Informative & Worth Reading Hub. Thanks for sharing.:)

      voted up, Useful, Interesting.

      With Respect

      from SHANAYA:)

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      Reynold Jay 

      7 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

      Akkk! Product overload for me! You have this laid out beautifully and it is easy to understand. Keep up the great HUBS. I must give this an “Up ONE and awesome.” I'm always your fan! RJ

      Based upon your HUB, you might enjoy this HUB…

    • CloudExplorer profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Pugh 

      7 years ago from New York City

      Thanks for commenting, & I too need to catch up with the latest tech myself, I'm pretty much new to tablets, so I figured I'd share all my research thus far at least in terms the effects on us all.

      The advantages of having such devices are very obvious though for many of us, so I won't bore people to much with that part of the story, which they already know if they've made the purchase, years back. It's nice to meet cha as well.

    • Xenonlit profile image


      7 years ago

      I hope that you carry on with this hub. I love to keep up on current cloud events since this is the biggest evolution since mobile computing and web technology.

      I am going to get a tablet in January, so the best of Android will be on the short list.


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