Mobile tech under Obama

During the next four years, mobile technology will undergo change you can believe in

The line between camcorders and digital cameras will be gone forever. You'll take video, and each frame of that video will be an ultra high-definition photograph. For digital stills, you'll be able to just browser your video and pick the frame you want.

Booting will get the boot. Look for instant-on to sweep the netbook market, then the notebook, then desktop markets. No more waiting!

We've adapted pretty dramatically to technologies during the last four years. The question is, with the evolution of mobile and digital technology accelerating, can we keep up and adapt to the radical transformations that will take place during President Obama's first term?

Yes we can.

Mike Elgan writes about technology and global tech culture. Contact Mike at mike.elgan@elgan.com or his blog, The Raw Feed.

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