In Mobile: The New Platform War, Rev2.org blogs "Mobile is the future. As we move closer to the much-hyped era of cloud computing, everything will be online. Desktops will serve little purpose but as gateways to the internet that holds our data and the bulk of our interactions."
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The Internet Is Changing the Scientific Method | Wired Science from Wired.com If all other fields can go 2.0, incorporating collaboration and social networking, it's about time that science does too.
58% of U.S. adults have used cell phones or PDAs for text-messaging, taking a picture, looking for directions or surfing the Web. A full 62% have either used a mobile data service or logged onto the Internet via a laptop away from home or work or via a handheld device. More on the Pew Study...
Text-messaging and taking a photo were easily the most popular non-voice activities, with 58% of mobile users doing both at least once. Playing a game (27%), sending e-mail (19%) and accessing the Web for news, weather and other information (19%), rounded out the top five.
Finland's GeoSentric unveiled on Wednesday its mobile social