Information Appliances'New Toys and New Business Models
The disciplines of computing, communications, and consumer electronics converge in information or Internet appliances. Today, wristwatches have built in cameras, still cameras record audio, and cellular phones play MP3 files. Consumers use free hardware, buy data subscriptions, and hire digital plumbing consultants. Audio and information technologies have collided, creating both opportunities and challenges for technologists and businesses.
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