by Joe Levi | April 8, 2013 9:53 AM
We live in a world of vast technological choices and options. That's a good thing. Without options we'd be left with just one solution to choose from. Quality, features, and functionality would be limited, and the choices we'd have would likely be of poor quality. At least that's the way a monopoly usually works. Instead we have three (or four) primary choices for our mobile operating systems (with more on the way). We can get hardware from any one of a dozen OEMs. We can install software on our devices to enable us to do things that would have seemed to be "science fiction" a decade ago. ...
by Michael Fisher | September 12, 2012 12:42 PM
A few months back, I wrote an installment of the Brutally Honest Question Corner dealing with the decline of the phone call, entitled "Why Are You Calling Me?" In it, I made the point that the increasing prevalence of email, SMS, and instant messaging in the mobile world is rapidly rendering voice calls a second-class communications medium. But though it may be in regression, the humble phone call remains a venerable institution. The same can't be said for its more futuristic, arguably more useful companion, the video call. If you're around my age, and were raised on a steady diet of ...
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