This year ten trends will move from “new concept” to “mainstream trend.” Exploring all should be on your 2012 “to-do” list.
Siri, the “secret weapon” of the iPhone 4S, builds on advances started with the iPhone and expanded with the iPad, finally opening the door to enabling us to eliminate the 19th century keyboard from everything we do.
Aurasma instantly layers web and multimedia to objects you are viewing with your iPad, iPhone or Android camera
Everyone is talking the rapid growth of the tablet market. In the midst of this explosion, something big is changing right underneath our noses: millions of us are re-wiring how we interact with computers.
What tablets are doing—in a big way—is providing the first mass-market platform for augmented reality. Those who want to take advantage of this new growing market need to realize this. Those who don’t will miss a whole market shift.
Last month I wrote about the rise of mobile computing platforms and the need for enterprises to adopt them within the next three years just to stay in line with the grow of mobile traffic for business. Today, Michael V. Copeland, Senior Editor of Fortune/CNN Money, published a segment on five potential iPad competitors. I took a look at these–from the perspective of a current enterprise provider and former enterprise buyer–to see which of them had the potential to win at the enterprise level…