Why has Qwest been stuck while AT&T and Verizon are successfully remaking themselves? This isn’t the way it started. Qwest was changing the world ten years ago. What happened and why has this company been struggling ever since? The bigger question is what is next. How will the company change after the acquisition by CenturyLink?
The Bad – 3Ds still fails to impress after the initial impact. No specs regarding Wii U left a lot of questions. Now one has to wonder why they didn’t just say it was HD to begin with? Is the some sort of catch? Also having not one game demo was not a good thing. And Miyamoto . . . SMH!
In essence they are the same company they were several years ago. Competitors like cable television companies are taking customers and they are not taking any away themselves like AT&T and Verizon are doing.
The last area they are heading towards is our living room. To do this, they will be taking on the cable company. With YouTube under their belt, they are only a couple years away from making lista de canais iptv a reality. In addition, with having more experience with operating systems, how long would it take them to have a set top box in your home?
HDMI cables are becoming one of the most common cables found in a household today. As HD is a fairly new technology in South Africa there have been some misunderstandings that occurred with the South African Consumers. Firstly, there are many different wire gauges and different internal compositions. Don’t worry about the compositions. Good quality copper cable will do the trick.
Everywhere IPTV List we looked at CES we ran into TVs featuring Internet connectivity. A TV connected to your broadband service through WiFi or an Ethernet connector can offer everything from streaming services like Netflix, Vudu and even YouTube videos to Skype conference calling. Even though you’ll be able to get Internet connectivity to your TV through set top boxes and Blu-ray players we suggest you look for a WiFi-equipped HDTV set for your next TV set.
It does not end there though. With recent experience in operating systems, Google has been moving into the cell phone operating system market for smart phones. This is a growing market along with a two year turn over market for hardware. As far as an advertising market, this has been untapped and Google is looking to capitalize on this new outlet. This may explain their recent purchase of AdMob, a company that specializes in creating advertisements and marketing to cell phones.
So the question to ask yourself is this: Will all of these technologies just simplify my life or is there a cost of privacy to this serenity? Do I think Google is evil? No, but always beware that with this ease of use a big brother IS watching you. So what can we expect from Google five years from now? World domination.