In the recent years, Internet pundits have surely given mobility the thumbs up it requires. but more importantly, it surely is being seen as an initial step towards more personalized mobility solutions. There is no denying the fact that with the coming of age of smartphones and tablets, desktop computing has started to near its death. Moreover, cloud computing has also added to its misery as consumers and organizations are now preferring services like SaaS (software as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service).
The age of personal computing has come to the mainstream, but this time is has become highly interactive. It is the age of wearable technology, that users can actually wear and stay connected all the time. It is surely the next phase in the mobile technology, as the burgeoning field of wearable technology hits the mainstream. Most of the companies like Mobile Programming LLC and others came up with cloud computing and biometric security integration for mobile apps development that not only make app more handy but implementation of these high tech technology is a great approach for security.
The launch of smart watches like Samsung galaxy gear and Sony smart watch surely have given a whole new meaning to the word mobility. Also Google glass and upcoming wearable devices from Apple will add fuel to that fire. The wide range of wearable technology that is available these days surely is a hot topic among developers. But it is important to understand the fact that these wearable devices don't come as an alternative to smartphones. Service providers are positioning these devices to become an add-on to the tablets and smartphones, in order to present a more interactive and personalized experience to the end user.
The internet of things is changing how information is accessed. Gone are the days, when communications and data access used to take cumbersome efforts and had locations constraints. But nowadays, mobility surely has paved the way for seamless information sharing and real time communication without any location constraints at a push of a button.
The biggest principles involved in the evolution of this type of technology is the fact that users want a more personalized experience and devices close to their body would surely provide a more intuitive real time interaction. Technology is also getting smaller and mobile with the passing of time. The smartphone in the pocket of the users as is powerful and faster as compared to their desktop computer. But the added mobility it providers enables users to prefer it over the rest. With all the capabilities of the smartphone, being molded into wearable devices, users would get more interactive experience. With cloud computing coming into the mix, users would be able to do complex computing in the cloud and deliver those results on their miniature devices.
Wearable technology surely has taken a diverse approach with most of them focusing on personal monitoring devices. But as the technology is evolving. These devices would surely provide rich and valuable connections between end users. Report have also suggested that in the coming decade the figure of connected devices would surely surpass 50 billion mark. This would involve a range of possibilities mostly involving mobility that would go far beyond what we can imagine today.