You can now reach more than five billion people on a mobile device. Yes, that’s 73.4% of the world’s population. I might repeat it again in a minute, but first, watch this…
It’s just a matter of time until you’ll be able to plug into your self-managed micro network, and exchange memory bank files directly through digital brainwave-mobile product synchronization. The “mind-reading router” is coming – designed to interface directly with your mind and translate your wireless brain signals — just a matter of time. :)
Everything we develop online will begin from the question of… “how will this be utlized, consumed and expanded by mobile connectivity?”
As Eric Schmidt put it:
“The generation of app developer before cloud computing thought about making local copies on servers. Now it is all about sharing and replication. This means we are building powerful, interlinked systems. Over time each of these waves – computing, telecoms and the need for servers – intersect at a particular point. It was the mainframe, then the PC. I’m pleased to say that everything will be in the context of powerful mobile phones.
The mobile phone is the meeting point. An app that does not leverage the power of the cloud is not going to wow anybody and will be too narrow” ~ Eric Schmidt, Google CEO (until April 4th of this year)
How does your work potentially expand when you consider hundreds of networked servers interfacing with your end user’s mobile device and up to 5 Billion connected people world wide – nearly in an instant?
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“The mobile phone is the meeting point. An app that does not leverage the power of the cloud is not going to wow anybody” ~Eric Schmidt