In todays society, our toys are what seem to set us apart. Who has the newest, biggest, smallest, best, brightest, and most revolutionary tech makes us the big man on campus…or the popular girl in school. But what direction is technology hoping to go? We’ve seen the flux between bigger and smaller phones. We’ve seen the revolution of touch screens. We’ve seen the beginnings of being able to share information wirelessly from one device to another. But, for what? What is the potential future of technology, and is it really something we want to continually have access to?
August 12, 2011
The future of Screens and Gadgets.
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