Calling, texting, directions, shopping, social media, photos, games, banking, reading, researching, checking the time or date, YouTube, Pandora, iTunes, emailing, surfing. We are of course talking about you and your phone. This thief robs us of time, interaction and, maybe, our lives. Or does it?
Commentary & Opinion
The mobile industry continues to play a major role in the average household, where toddlers tote cell phones and smartphones are the norm for tweens and up. Texting has almost become a national obsession and news travels as quickly as people can use their thumbs to type. Here we provide commentary and opinion on where mobile is headed, the good and bad of the competition, or lack thereof, in operating systems, and what this all means for the average consumer – you.
We love our smartphones, and to most of us they are amazing little devices that slip into our pockets and pretty much do anything we want them to, apart from make a cup of coffee (I’m sure that’s coming). But to others they present an opportunity to wreak havoc and get what they want all too easily.