Is this the end of mobility?


Are we getting close to the last days of mobility?

Will "Mobile" applications, "Mobile" devices, soon be gone?

Check out the latest article over at MobileFever, talking about The last days of mobility.

Here's my favorite part:

This is the fate of successful technological revolutions: The "horseless carriage" and the "motor car" became the "car", when just about all vehicles lost their horses and gained motors. Later on, it was electricity's turn to lose everything by winning everything: "electric washing machines" became "washing machines"; "electric lighting" became "lighting", so that we have to talk about "gas streetlights", for instance, to talk about what 19-century city dwellers simply called streetlights. Then "electronic" came, and then it went: does anybody still speak about "electronic calculators"?

Read the full article in here: The last days of mobility.