Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1: Meet the Future of Phone Chargers

Marty introduces the future of phone chargers.

Every year over 4 billion chargers ship with new devices every year. Surges in technology adoption now means we’re generating huge amounts of tech waste. Anker is fighting this by creating one charger to rule them all.

The Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1 is a smart USB C to USB C charger. Why smart? This charger uses a Power Delivery system which means it can adapt to deliver the right amount of power to your device. This particular model can deliver up to 35watts. This is actually enough to keep a MacBook ticking over. It’s also enough to fast charge a phone.

Get ready for a future where you’re expected to have your own charger.


Top 5 Phone Chargers Of The Future

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Computing the Future

It appears that the US Supreme Court has come down with a ruling concerning online file-sharing and who is to have control and that many billions of dollars. Do not you feel a swell of confidence in the fact that a decision on the highest of high-tech questions has been made by nine people who have no clue as to the reality of the Internet or indeed understand computers at all?

They're not even plugged in well enough to understand how totally lost they are in a computer-driven world. The very technology they are trying to make rulings on has fundamentally changed the decision making process.

Consider the way major decisions might be made in the future. Today we have elected representatives that plot the course of the nation and try to convince us to pay for it. If they decide that a war is in the best interest of the country, they do whatever it takes, legal or not, moral or not, ethical or not to get us to approve because WE have to supply the money. In a 'Netocracy everyone would have the opportunity to decide whether he wants to fight with somebody and if not he will cast a negative vote. If enough voters think the war is a bad idea, NO WAR! What a concept, people making up their own minds about whether their homeland becomes embroiled in an international conflict. Also, if a majority of a nation's people want to fight a war but not enough want to pay for it, you still can not have a war.

Reflect upon the many laws supported by special interests for their own narrow purposes, usually to force others to accept regulation of other popular activities. The drug war depends on funding supported by politicians who think they are serving the will of their constituents. So too with restrictions on private property, money, access to information, etc. The average person will not support spending money on this kind of regulation unless he is directly affected, which almost certainly puts him in a minority. Minorities get legislation passed by unjustifying politicians to do their bidding. If politicians can not control or at least influence their constituents, they lose power.

There will need to be some advances in computer technology before all of this can come about. Most people think the highest use of computers is the huge mainframes that are run by large corporations, scientists and government agencies to manipulate vast amounts of data and control megalithic organizations. That's not the case.

The ultimate use of the computer will be as an extension of the individual human mind. An electronic mentor who will always be at hand to answer your questions and help with your homework. The average person has no pressing need for most of the information that exists in the world. It is mostly too complex, too obscure or too abstract to keep in our minds because most of us have not the time available to analyze and employ it. It's unusual for your average Joe to have a need to calculate orbital velocities or South American rain patterns or the tensile strength of Ponderosa pine lumber. But we have all had those times when we really needed a piece of unusual information to help in a project or just to satisfy curiosity. Mainframe computers tied together with other mainframes and having unbelievably large mass storage devices at their disposal will be the repository of all the worlds accumulated knowledge and will regurgitate it on demand to our personal data terminal. There we will be able to combine it with other bits and pieces to resolve whatever problem we're working on at the time. The Internet is the first step in this process.

I see three major advances that need to occur before this dream can be realized:

1. Perfection of voice recognition techniques. We have to free ourselves from the keyboard.

2. Development of a thin, flat portable monitoring screen. Something you can fold up and stick in your pocket.

3. Monolithic (solid) mass storage. The current mass storage devices, hard, floppy and optical disk drives or magnetic tapes are electro-mechanical and so extremely slow when compared to the electronic speed of solid-state devices. They are fragile and prone to wear out which targets against rough usage unless they are specially designed and hardened, ie, heavy and bulky.

All of these are under active research and development.

Power supplies will have to be smaller, lighter and longer lasting as well but I see that as evolutionary rather than revolutionary. When these things happen, anyone will be able to walk around with the accumulated knowledge of all the world's libraries, universities and TV talk show hosts in their pocket, ready to provide whatever information is needed in an instant. If you do not think that will fundamentally change the world, think about this; our educational system is supposed to be about teaching people how to find information, correlate it, manipulate it and combine it with other information to reach a conclusion. With this kind of power in your own hands the current education system becomes obsolese. All you have to do is want to know something and know how to access it, the computer will do the rest.

Today we depend on news gatherers to tell us what's going on in the world. The infrastructure needed to support them is very expensive and because only large, powerful organizations can afford the cost their influence is immense.

Instead, picture a world where you could talk to a living person at the scene of any event in the world, without reporter or anchor or editor as an intermediate. Bang go the radio and TV networks, wire services, magazines and newspapers. Tie this technology in with evolved virtual reality and you could go almost anywhere and see almost anything from where you happen to be at any given time. Certainly it would not have all the impact and atmosphere of actually being there but we have become quite used to drama, comedy, education and sports on television. We have travelogues, how-to programs and a whole panoply of activities we partake of at a distance that our ancestors could only be involved in if they were on site and had the money to pay.

The computer, whether we like it or not, has made real changes to the way we think, act, interact and deal with our problems. There is no going back. We could never survive without out technology and allowing ignorant, if well meaning, politicians or jurists to make or interpret laws regarding subjects on which they are clueless is not going to be pretty. Hopefully, we'll survive.

© 2005 Charles Stone, Jr.

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Macquarie Shopping Centre Electric Car Charger is tricky to find

There are two ChargePoint Type 1 J1772 chargers located at the Macquarie Shopping Centre carpark. These chargers are difficult to reach as they are ‘hidden’ behind the valet parking area. This video shows you how to get to these chargers (without having to pay for valet).


Acer 3G Chromebook – The Future of Computing?

Acer 3G Chromebook announced in May is believed to be the future of computing. The laptop has as 11.6 "HD display.

An Intel® dual-core processor power the Acer 3G Chromebook. This Acer Chromebooks has a 2GB DDR3 Memory, Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150, 16GB Solid State Drive, 1.3 Megapixel HD Webcam (1280 x 1024), High-Definition Audio Support, Two Built-in Speakers, 802.11b / g / n Wi -Fi CERTIFIED ™, Qualcomm Gobi 2000-3G, 2- USB 2.0 Ports, 1-HDMI ™ Port, Chrome OS Keyboard, Touchpad, 6-cell Lithium-Ion Battery Up to 8-hours battery life, 2.95 lbs. (system unit only)

Chromebooks closely coordinate with Google's "cloud" online services, and have almost no capacity to store information. Instead of storing software on the PCs, these computers will take the users applications directly to the internet.

A normal computer takes from 30 seconds to 3 minutes to start up. However, the Acer Chromebooks boot in about 10 seconds, the applications run very smoothly and websites load quickly.

The Intel® Atom ™ N570 Processor supports two cores and provides additional system responsiveness, as well as an enhanced online experience.

This Acer Chromebook has a built-in Wi-Fi and 3G, which allows the user to access internet anywhere they are. No matter where you are, you can access all your information stored on the online cloud.

You can think of the cloud as your hard drive; only it is not inside your computer. You can save all the information and files you want to on the cloud and can access them whenever you want.

This Chromebook has an HDMI port. With an HDMI port you can connect your Chromebook to an external monitor and enjoy movies and videos on big screen whenever you want.

People have been confused about using the Chromebook. It is very easy to use a Chromebook, if you use internet and if you know how to use a browser, then you can easily learn how to use a Chromebook.

The Acer Chromebook has a full size chrome OS keyboard and simplified design make this device stylish and easy-to-use.

Just like mac air, it is quite thin and light weight. It looks stunning and it's easy to use. You do not have to install anything and you do have to worry about your computer getting a virus.

Whenever, you turn on the Chromebook it will automatically upgrade to the latest features and will do a self-check, which is called a "verified boot". If it finds that you OS is corrupt it will automatically fix and restore it.


NRMA Electric Car Charging Network (Oct 2018 Update)

The NRMA is rolling out 40 electric car charging locations across NSW and ACT as part of its Social Dividend Reinvestment Strategy. The plan is set to cost the NRMA $10 million dollars and will account for 95% of road trips taken by NSW and ACT motorists. Each charger will be spaced at most 150km apart on major roadways. The latest location to go online is Mittagong, located at the Mittagong RSL Club carpark. All NRMA chargers are supplied by Australian company Tritium Veefil who have also supplied charging networks across Europe, USA and locally in Australia. Tritium chargers are rapid DC chargers using either ChaDeMo or CCS2.

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Venue Management For The Future

In the past many venues including hotels, restaurants, wedding venues and convention centres managed their events using a combination of email, excel, notebooks and calendars. Over the past 20 years, software was developed to help take this process online. The first part of the process was utilizing in-house servers for the programs where the software was run on a dedicated computer in the event manager or catering director’s office. If an updated was needed, the software company literally had to send it’s team members to do it physically on site. While the software was much more efficient than the traditional system, it was still slow, clunky and lacked robust features that streamlined the work flow. Now, the venue’s event data was in one central system where it could be protected against being lost or misplaced, but it still required a lot of manual effort.

In the early 2000s, cloud based computing started taking over and many of the traditional server-based software companies began offering cloud versions. This was an ingenious business model developed by Salesforce which charged venues on a per user, per month basis. It was fantastic for the software company since they earned reliable recurring revenue but it was equally a win for the venues as they only had to pay for the software they actually used and not for an expensive hardware install and maintenance. These programs were a huge step up from the earlier server-based programs that were installed on site, however they were often just lightly “customized” versions of software like Oracle or Salesforce, that were really developed for sales teams and then fashioned into a product that those companies could also sell to hotels, restaurants and venues. Despite their lack of customization, the software was widely adopted and is still being used by a lot of venues today.

Now, we are entering a new phase in venue management software. Venues want software that can speak to the outside world as new technologies are being developed that are changing the way we do business. As well, they are looking for software that is built specifically for their needs with a keen understanding of their specific workflow. A one-size fits all approach is no longer sufficient and is now being rejected by market leaders in the venue space. The venues that are willing are adopting new software to do things like automate follows ups, streamline creating and sending BEOs and much more. In the future, we’ll see software made specifically for venues replace the incumbents that were simply slapped together for a quick sale and instead we will see the rise of software that is designed with venues in mind every step of the way.


Tablet PCs – The Future

Are you into technology? Are you even more into small gadgets with built in the latest state of the art technology? Well then you are going to love the tablet PC. This is a notebook that is the same size as a paper tablet. With the tablet PC; you are given the chance to make your computing experience one of the easiest ones.

It comes with a touch screen which means that you may never have to struggle with keypads ever again. With the high resolution digital monitor, you operate the computer with a digital pen rather than a mouse or keyboard.

There are two formats that come with the PC. You get the convertible model and the slate model. With the convertible one, you get the chance to use the gadget with a 180 degree rotation which makes it easier to use and also very friendly.

The slate one is only a screen and a pen which makes it very easy to carry it around when in the middle of a conference or meeting that requires a computer. These computers are manufactured by various companies and that makes it easy for you to find the best one for a good price.

Unlike other gadgets that come with a touch screen, this one is very convenient. This is so because you can rest your hand on the screen without affecting the images. This is so because the images on the screen can only be affected by the digital pen which has a magnet at the tip.

At first, it was really difficult to find the tablet pc and the tablet laptop. Tablet laptop was only used in medical research and was not available to the public. All that changed when they were introduced to the public on the year 2002. Now they are everywhere and are being considered the future of computer.

There are many things about the PC that have improved over the year and it is easier to use than it was before. For one, the battery life has been increased which means that you can operate the gadget for a longer period of time without having to worry about the power going out.

The Centrino technology has also improved and you can now write on the screen the same way you would on a piece of paper. The alternative of this would be to carry a laptop to the office or class which can waste your time turning on and it's also heavier than this one.

Compared to other types of notebooks, this PC is very light and you will never have a hard time carrying it around. In fact, the whole thing weighs 3 pounds which is very light. You get the chance to use it in landscape mode and also portrait. This makes it easy for you to operate comfortably.

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Fastest Charger for Smartphones in World ! Future of Our Chargers ?

Namashkar friends. Aaj ki is video mein maine baat ki hai sabse fast smartphone charger ke bare mein. Aaj tak hum sabhi yehi kehte hai ki one plus ka dash charger sabse fast hota hai. Lekin ek aur company ne dash charger se bhi jyada fast charge karne wala charger bana diya hai.

Dosto is company ka name hai OPPO. OPPO ne Super VOOC charger ke naam se ek naya charger launch kiya hai jo ki aapke smartphone ko world mein sabse fast charge karta hai. Ye Charger aapke smartphone ki 3400mAh ki battery ko 40min mein full charge kar dega. Redmi note 5 pro ki 4000mAH ki battery ko yeh charger 50min me 0 se 100% tak charge kar dega. World fastest smartphone charge the Super VOOC charger ki rating hai 10V/5A ki jo ki 50W ka output deta hai.

OPPO ke Super VOOC charger ke bare mein aur janakari ke liye is video ko dekhte rahiye kiyonki maine VOOC charger ke bare mein full information di hai.

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Cell Phones – Some Considerations of the Cell Phone of the Future

Cell phone technology has been moving forward at break neck speed, and sometimes we may not notice it, but think back to just a few years ago and you can see all the new feature integration and race in the marketplace – a race to "wow" consumers and get them to choose a specific device. But before we talk about the current trends in cell phones and smart phones, let's discuss the past evolution of these devices.

Since, I had one of the first mobile "cell" phones – I'd like to tell you a quick story to start out this discussion.

My first cell phones were state-of-the-art at the time, but if you saw them today, you'd laugh. One of them I actually kept; a Mitsubishi Transportable. This phone is about the size of a six pack cooler that you might take to your child's soccer game, and it was quite heavy, as I recall it is well over 10 pounds. This of course included the battery pack to power up to 3 Watt phone.

Remember that Ion-lithium batteries at the time were just coming off the assembly lines and were quite expensive – they did not exist in this size for anything but NASA and military usage. These original cell phones I had been nickel hydride powered, quite an inferior battery technology for modern cell phones.

The Mitsubishi Cell Phone has a strap on it so you can carry it like a purse, and I often felt really stupid carrying it, until of course it rang, and I unzipped the top, pulled out the handset on the phone and began talking. I can recall that everyone stared as if I was a secret CIA agent, was working for MI6, and my name was not Lance, it was really James Bond. You see, at that time not very many people had the cell phones and they were very expensive.

Another one of my first phones was a Audiovox 1000 model, which was quite large and it was mounted in my car, a car phone – cell phone. The box that ran the Cell Phone was mounted under the seat, and there was a cradle that held the headset. The headset had a cord on it just like a phone at home, before the cordless phones that is. Under the seat the box was about 3 1/2 inches high and the size of a laptop with a 17.1 inch screen.

This Cell Phone or car cell phone was wired directly to the battery with a couple of fuses. When I turned on the vehicle, the Cell Phone would automatically turn on. If I turned off the vehicle, I had to leave it on accessory with the key in the right position, unless I left the phone on which by-passed the ignition. When the phone rang and actually honked the horn, which got me into trouble a couple of times when the horn went off while I was driving behind a police car stopped at an intersection. I have a lot of stories to tell you about all those early days with the first cell phones, and you may e-mail me if you are ever interested in such experiences.

Folks today take all this for granted, as they do not realize how cumbersome the original cell phones were, or how stupid they were compared to modern day smart cell phones. Today they give you a free cell phone when you sign up for service – back then you had to pay $ 1000 for a car cell phone, and as much as a couple hundred dollars to have it installed. It was quite a procedure, if you have a stereo system, and an XM radio put in your car at the same time, that is about how much work it took to do this. Therefore, at today's labor rates you could easily pay three or $ 400. That's definitely something to think about.

If I was talking to someone on the phone while the engine was running, if I turned off the car and moved the key to the accessory position I would dump the phone call, as I cut it out during that transition. However, having a cell phone in my car helped me increase my business. At the time I was only 17 years old – I had an aircraft brokerage firm and aircraft finder's service and I would work off of fees whenever an aircraft that I represented sold. I also had a small aircraft cleaning service and was able to contact customers from my vehicle on the flight line, and my crews could call me when they were done with the job as they would use the local payphone to call me.

Thus, this mobile technology allowed me to make more money, and remain more efficient than the competition. Remember at the time this was leading edge technology, it was state-of-the-art, and I had it – the competition did not. No longer was I stuck in an office, I could run my business from anywhere and it allowed me much freedom. Often people today do not realize what it was like before mobile cell phones. Anyone who is in business now over the age of 50 certainly realizes, because they remember a time when there were no cell phones.

This was a period in our nation's history where there were pay phones in every shopping center, every gas station, outside of every fast food restaurant, and people used them all the time. Business People who did not smoke filled their ashtrays with coins so they can stop and use the pay phone. Thus, allowing them to call clients, customers, vendors, and maintain their operations in the office. When cell phones first came into play they displaced the old Motorola technology of push to talk phones, which worked off a mountaintop repeaters, these phones were very big in the military, construction industry, and all the executives with large corporations had them.

Since this radio technology, they worked farther than the first cell phones which had to be within 10 to 15 miles of a cell tower. Today, the cell phones are less wattage than they were back then, so the average cell tower is 6 miles or less apart. Back then the cell phones worked off three Watts, and now with 3G technology the wattage is under 1 W. This is probably good for the human biosystem, as it is putting less microwave frequency radiation into your brain, there will be fewer brain tumors, brain cancer, and other issues. There have been many studies including several with the Swiss researchers who seemed to indicate that the 3 W phones were quite unacceptable for human health, and they would slowly cook your brain as one researcher said.

Luckily, for the cell phone industry that were able to bury most of these problems and objections, as well as the studies that the Swiss did. Although, there were studies here in the United States, you would be hard-pressed to find those research studies and data on brain tumors, brain cancer, and their relation to the cell phones that people used. In fact, if you go to Google Scholar today you will be hard-pressed to find anything that would suggest that the cell phones could cause such horrible conditions. This of course is all still up for debt, but we try not to talk about it.

Sometimes, by going to 3G wireless, and lower wattage the mobile cell phone industry dodged a bullet of huge class-action lawsuits, and we may never know the damage we had caused. As we speak about Six Sigma efficiency in corporations, or using modern management techniques in small businesses, no one can deny that increasing communication speed and reliability is by far a factor in the increase productivity in the 80s and 90s due to cell phones.

At the time I was literally running 1000 to 1200 minutes per month and despite that service was much cheaper than the other choices such as the Iridium Satellite Phones, non-cell phone mobile units, as they did not use cell towers, rather satellites – you can imagine the costs of the original cells. They did not have an unlimited plan and once over your minutes, you paid the premium for each minute on that cell phone, my bill was usually $ 500 to 800 or more.

The other mobile phones at the time were not cell tower-based phones, they were push-to-talk and came in a brief case – it was considered quite James Bond at the time. And this was back in the 1970s, and I remember this, because I started my business when I was 12 years old washing airplanes at the local airport. Many of the businessmen who owned corporate jets had these types of phones. They were basically for the rich and famous, and business person. They did not work everywhere and you had to have pretty much line of sight to the near tall mountain, and that mountain had to have a repeater on top of it, which was hardwired into telephone lines, and the rest of the system worked with ground lines.

All this is very interesting, and we must consider that many folks today have never been alive when there were no cell phones. They have no clue how hard it was to run a business back in the days when there really was no mobile communication. The same repeater systems on top of the mountains that Motorola owned or which used Motorola hardware, also controlled the pagers. These pager systems were quite popular with people on call, such as doctors, and service personnel. Two-way radios, which work basically the same as the two-way push to talk briefcase phones, were used through a dispatcher for companies very often.

Later, just as cell phones came into play, someone came up with the idea of ​​1.5 way and two-way pagers. Instead of a one-way pager, someone who had what they call an "alpha mate" device could page someone and ask them a question (using a text message) on that page and the recipient could press a button for yes or no, Y or N. and that information would have been relayed to the dispatcher. People actually got pretty good at communicating this way. And you could send text type messages for the user of the pager to read. In reality these were the first text type messages, so the concept of having a mobile device and using text messaging is not all that new.

Two-way text messaging via cell phones is purely a re-introduction of that similar technology. Once people had cell phones they did not need to use the text pagers anymore, and that technology was leapfrogged as the price of the cell phone services was lower, as competition increased between companies like Sprint and AT & T. There were many other regional smaller players, but they ever got bought up by the big boys.

The cell phone industry grew so fast in the late 80s and early 90s, that historically there was coverage everywhere. Then something really weird happened, the promise of 3G wireless came into play, and folks started switching to that new system. I can tell you this – my first cell phones were much more powerful and worked much better than the cell phones of today.

Occasionally, I had a call dropped and there were not as many service areas, yes there were more dead zones, but the signal was much more powerful because it was 3 W, and since it ran off my car battery or a large battery pack in a small carry case, it had ample power to maintain that strong signal.

Today, when I use my AT & T cell phone, I am often cursing because the service is so bad, I wonder why I am even paying for it. In fact, the loss of productivity from dead zones, and the cell phone calls dropping, I feel as if AT & T should be paying me. Obviously, I am not alone many people feel the same way. Neverheless, the 4G wireless is on the way and everyone will be switching to that so that they will have Internet access allowing them to do e-mails, twitter, video, and real-time text messaging without the use of ground lines

A good many folks do not know of a time when there was no email or internet. And most people who are in business today, who are under 50 years old do not remember a time when we did not have fax machines, the reality is that fax machines came into play about the time of the first cell phones. Mind you, there was still no Internet, no e-mail, and although ARPANET was being used by the military, and by think tanks, research centers, and top universities, it was not really available to the public in the way we have it now.

Fast forward to today and now no one goes anywhere without a cell phone. Social researchers have noted fewer people wearing wrist watches. They do not need a wristwatch because that is a standard feature on all cell phones now. Of course, this does not help companies like Rolex who are catering to the young up-and-coming BMW crowd, if you look around you will see that most young executives do not even wear a watch and most of our youngger generation doesn 't wear a watch either.

It seems that the wrist-watch replaced the pocket watch, and the cell phones seem to be replacing just about everything. These days people use their cell phone or smart phones to do their e-mails, and these same phones act like a PDA, no one carries day planners anymore, although a few people do, myself included despite out of habit from using a day planner from the time I was 12 years old in my business until I was in my mid-40s. Perhaps, I am giving away my age, but sometimes old habits die hard.

Today with many laptop notebooks, PDAs, and smart phones, it seems none of that other stuff is needed. Including your human memory say many psychologists, who argue that this technology is causing the human brain to rewire itself differently because there are different needs to get along in the world. After all, all your best friends are on the speed dial and you do not have to remember phone numbers anymore. And all your contacts and information is on your smart phone, in your e-mail program, or on your laptop.

Cyber ​​security analysts worry that if the system crashes or God forbid an electro-magnetic pulse, neutron bomb, or nuclear device is set off high in the atmosphere it could destroy all the electronic equipment, including all the cell towers, your laptop, your television , your refrigerator, and your smart phone. Where will you be then, and can you rely on your memory and the brain you are born with to carry on your daily endeavors – scary thinking, but perhaps we need to address this as we consider the evolution of cell phones.

Today, our cell phones have changed the entire dynamics of our society. There are unspoken etiquette issues of cell phone use in public. There are rules when we can use our cell phones and when we can not. Issues such as driving with a cell phone and the number of auto deaths which occurs while people are driving and talking on the phone at the same time. There have been major disasters caused by texting while driving a bus or conducting a train.

The reality is that as our technology has evolved, it is evolving much faster than the human brain can to take it all in. Due to the multitasking required in our society to get along and the high pace and productivity that jobs require, many brains can not agree or adapt fast enough. And this seems to be a problem, if some people are not able to make the switch, but they attempt to, sometimes while driving with disastrous results.

Our smart phones are becoming super cell phones that have more and more features, such as the ability to store music like the iPod, and vast amounts of data like our electronic PDAs. These devices are getting more high-tech each and every year and they are feature rich. Many have five to ten gigabytes of information storage now. One recent study in the cell phone industry noted that 90% of the people who own cell phones have never used all the features, and do not know how to program them, or even that they exist on their cell phone. Most people do not even care, they use the features they want and none of the others.

This is a common problem with new technologies, and it is something that happened with that Beta and VHS recorders. What's that old joke, there are tons of features on your video recorder at home, but no one knows how to use them, and before we all learned that we need to learn to use these features, the VHS video recorder is out in the new DVDs are here. Now cable companies offer boxes which can record multiple shows so you can watch later or pause a live TV program while you go to the bathroom, or go to the kitchen to get something to eat. Some allow you to use your cell phone to do remote programming too.

These are all things common challenges which are encountered and similar problems with any new personal tech devices which become mass consumer products. Cell phones and our current smart phones are no exception. It's hard to say the future what types of new features in our cell phones will have. The sky is the limit, and the imagination and demand for more features and greater technology is readily apparent. The early adopters of such cell phone and smart phone technologies are willing to spend big bucks to have all-in-one devices. Therefore, these trends will continue.

Just to give you an example of some of the crazy ideas people come up with for future smart phones let me tell you a little quick story.

Our on-line Think Tank came up with a plan to produce a PhD or Personal Health Device, which tracks your diet – on your cell phone. How it worked was quite simple, when you are at the grocery store, you would scan all the items that you bought, and they would go into storage inside your smart phone. Each time you ate one of those items you would simply select what you ate, and punch in the number of servings and you would calculate and keep track of your calories, fat content, and recommended daily allowances in the major five food groups.

The smart phone would have a scanner system on it, later identical versions of this smart phone and personal health device would have been able to scan products via RFID tags. Your phone could tabulate and even recommend what you should eat, how many more oils you should jog, and what you would need to maintain your diet to meet your personal health goals, and weight loss program. Sounds crazy does not it, yes, it does, but the venture capitalists like the idea. So too, do companies that produce high tech smart phones today, as everyone is looking to get a jump on the competition.

GPS systems by way of smart phones or cellular high-tech phones is quite possible (now available), and you do not even need satellites to do it. If you are within the realm of several cell towers your location can be triangulated quite quickly, which pinpoints your exact location within 10 feet. Ah ha, you see the problem in this too; What about privacy you ask? That's a good point and that is another issue that people are quite concerned about with all this new high-tech personal smart phone innovations.

Google Phone and social networking connections appear to be on horizon. That is to say, linking your smart phone with all of your social networking friends, but apparently Google has gotten into a little bit of a problem and noted that many people are not ready for that just yet. In fact, many people who are friends on social networks and make connections, have no intention of ever meeting these people in real life, and therefore they are not really friends. And since you do not really know anything about those connections or friends on your social networking site, the last thing you want them to do is know exactly where you are within 10 feet.

That should appear to be obvious, and in the future it may not be such a big deal, but people are still a little paranoid and they like to have their privacy. Meanwhile, we read more and more articles about social networking gone bad. That is to say people using social networks to stalk other people, and this also concerns parents who have teenagers, who use social networks on a daily basis, and some use them on an hourly basis, and a good many who seem to be texting every few minutes.

One recent study of cell phone users was able to have a 93% predictability of where a person might be based on the patterns determined by their cell phone, and when it was connected to any given local cell tower. The study found that most people stay within 6 miles of their homes. These patterns of predictability are a reality in our society and how we act as individuals – suddenless this brings up all types of issues that have attracted the attention of the Electronic Freedom Foundation, and it also touches on the issue of privacy and paranoia, it catches people off guard.

Then there is the new trend with smart mobs using their smart phones, and having fun with and meeting up in various places all at the same time. Although these schemes are used for fun, entertainment, and socializing, these same types of smart mobs have the power to destabilize a society or civilization. Consider if you will use the technology in Tiananmen Square – should governments be worried about your smart phone technology, or the future of 4G wireless cell phones? They probably should be concerned with it, especially if it is used by a foreign government to provide mass protests against what would be a normal stabile government.

In other words it has used in warfare, the CIA, in bringing down corrupt regimes which are enemies to United States. But rest assured – the same thing could happen in the United States where perhaps a communist rogue nation state decided to have protests in the United States in our major cities on Mayday. It could easily happen especially with our own technology being used against us, due to all the interconnectivity that it offers.

  1. Does this mean that our government has to find a way to turn off all the cell phones in case of something like this happening?
  2. Do they need a device to turn off certain cell phones from the system, while leaving first responders cell phones activated for communication?
  3. And what about hackers, which might be able to send out tens of thousands of bogus text messages, or call masses of people into a trap, or stage a rifle?

These are all questions we need to answer and we need to understand that the same technology we create to improve our productivity, our society, and help us in our daily lives with our families and friends can also be used against us.

And what happens when our smart phones become smaller than us? Some believe, as I do, that they already have. Most of the smart phones today have artificial intelligence systems within them, for instance a text messaging program which guesstimates which keys you are going to press next or what you are trying to say and it offers you suggest is so you can fill in the blank. Making your texting very quick. This is very similar technology that Google uses when doing a search and offer suggestions as you are typing to save you time. This is just one form of artificial intelligence in our smart phones and cell phones today.

There are many cell phones that allow you to use speech recognition to dial phone numbers, search your databases, or navigate the screens on your cell phone. The newest smart phones will be able to tell you when you are in proximate to a Starbucks and then give you GPS directions to find that location. This has big implications for retailers, advertisers, and consumers alike. They will begin to know your patterns and habits. All these technologies are available now and we will see them in the near future. Your cell phone will even become a payment device, hooked to your credit card information. All this technology exists today.

But what about the technologies which are just over the horizon?

We've recently seen at Comdex and CES shows the first generations of projection cell phones, that is to say video conference enabled cell phones which allow you to project to the other party onto the nearest wall or onto a table so you can watch. This will obviously be followed by the Holographic cell phones, which were similar to those that we saw in the Star Wars trilogy.

All these things will be available in the next five years, and you will most likely have them if you buy one of the high-tech cell phones in the near future. At first these technologies will cost a lot extra, but those prices will come down as the number of units built goes up and as more Chinese also purchase their first cell phone, adding another billion people who own such devices, therefore bringing the cost down for everyone – significantly!

By the year 2025 your cell phone will be a brain chip inside of your head, and you can think that you'd like to contact someone and it will dial the number and contact them. By 2050 you will be able to do thought transfer via the small devices, brain implant – perhaps smaller than a dime. And people born after that will never know what time were "thought transfer" did not exist, just like right now there are many people who have never known a time when mobile phones did not exist. And since Moore's law also looks to apply to the cell phone and smart phone industries we can expect a size reduction as well as a power reduction to run this technology.

In other words, your biosystem will be able to power up your brain cell phone chip, just as it does your current human brain which works on about a maximum of 20 W. of energy, and you will be able to have an eyelid screen, so you can close one eye, and surf the Internet. It's hard to say what the Comdex and CES Show in Las Vegas in the year 2025 will look like, it is probably impossible to pinpoint what these shows will look like in the year 2050. In fact, there may not be shows at all, you may be able to experience these trade shows in your holographic living room, video gaming center.

Walking the virtual halls of the trade show using your avatar and talking to other avatars explaining all the new technologies that are available for you may have the new reality albeit an Augmented or fully Virtual Reality. That appears to be where we are going, although it's hard to imagine considering where we are today. Neverheless, I can assure you people in the 1950s could not really have imagined the way in which our smart cell phones have evolved in the present period.

Currently, there seems to be a very big push in the larger cities like Atlanta and Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle, Boston and New York, Miami and Houston toward the 4G wireless, obviously this will continue. That is the full broadband Internet surfing on your smart phone, the ability to watch TV while driving in a car on your cell phone. And next comes the ability to project that TV onto any screen or flat surface that is nearby or available. The technology is getting more robust, it's getting smaller, it's getting smarter, and you have to decide how far you want to go with it.

Perhaps, I should write a quick eBook on this topic and explain chapter by chapter, the evolution of this ominous communication technology, and the future of smart phone personal tech devices. Let me know if you know any interested potential co-authors.

At the current pace we are moving, and at the speed in which we are interfacing with the Internet, social networks, e-mail, and television, it's hard to say exactly what you will be carrying around in the future in your purse or pocket , but I daresay it will be something that is truly incredible, and in the next 10 years it will be very imaginable from this point in time to know exactly what it will be, or what it might be able to do. I hope you will please consider all this. And contact me if you'd like to discuss this further at the Online Think Tank.