It’s official: 2014 is the year when mobile readiness is a reality and not just the future. This means there are more people using mobile devices than desktop gadgets in order to access the internet. Gone are the days when you could cater your website to an iOS, Android, smartphone, desktop or tablet.
At this point, the Internet bubble is a thing that feels like the distant past. In the 1990s, the Internet was new and people still did not know how far it would go. Some people thought it was just a fad, saying that people would never want to remember difficult URLs or give up older technologies. Others were incredibly optimistic, jumping all over new websites so that their values shot up. When the .com bubble burst, things leveled out a bit, but it was clear that the Internet was here to stay.
Even the best drivers can get traffic tickets from time to time, and it isn’t exactly anybody’s cup of tea. However, if you’re like many drivers that commute to and from work each day or just go on the occasional road trip, you probably just assume the occasional traffic ticket isn’t worth avoiding. After all, they can be paid.
The world finally gets to see the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It’s the bigger, more versatile upgrade to every phone and tablet offering Samsung has made, sure to change the way people use mobile devices. The Note 4 features the highest resolution display yet, at 1440 p, with 5.7” of screen real estate to work with.
The advance of technology in the past decade has brought us a lot of devices that we consider to be inseparable part of our lives today. Cell phones are certainly one of these devices. According to the latest studies, more than 90% of the adults living in developed countries use cell phones. Even most of the children use these devices. The development of smartphones, especially Android smartphones have made these devices even more popular. Now users can access the internet from their devices without any problems.