With the numerous advertisements and PR stunts, finding someone to explain about spy software makes the future of Android spy apps seem bleak. So, what does the future hold for the mobile phone especially with the advent of software used to spy on cell phone?
The Future of the Smart Phone is Bleak
There’s not much more that smartphone makers can give the consumer that will blow their minds. That is the reality. Whether its pixel resolution, processing power, RAM or size, consumers are fast reaching a point where they can say “been there, done that”. This is a horrifying trend for anyone still hoping to make some money selling smartphones.
If they are to remain relevant and capture consumer imagination, it calls for a paradigm shift by manufacturers in the way of doing things. This is, of course, no easy job and could involve doing the little things such as reducing the use of bloat-ware.
Wearables – An Alternative Frontier for Smart Phone Makers
With the above-mentioned challenges about smartphones, wearable is an area phone makers can branch out into in an attempt to diversify. Wearables present an opportunity to sell more since people now and in the future will require more than one of them. So whether its Apple’s wrist watches, smart clothing or fitness trackers, the opportunities are massive. From money health, security, networking and transactions the market for wearables out there for the taking, the biggest chunk of the cake, however, will go to manufactures who can harness the power of smartphones and wearables to allow for money transfer. This would expand the opportunities available in e-currency to facilitate business online.
4 G and 5 G
This steers the discussion into the kind of network that our mobile devices of the future will use. With 4 G almost fully entrenched in mature markets, it is not unusual for attention to start shifting towards 5 G. The key to a network faster than 5 G lies in the use of Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology and small cells. 5 G will be faster but it will not necessarily mean use of technology never seen before,. That is whichever route its actualization will take, whether it’s using small cells and sharing bandwidth over routers or using it as a community resource – the reality.
Autonomous Versus Driver-less Cars
Autonomous cars have jumped off of science fiction and into real life. Suppliers such as Renault-Nissan, Ericsson, and even Ford are busy stretching out the capabilities of autonomous cars to navigating traffic jams and controlling movement.