Always On: How the iPhone Unlocked the Anything-Anytime-Anywhere Future and Locked Us In


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  • In the final chapter, Chen discusses augmented reality, in which data from the network overlays our view of the real world. While such apps are a novelty today, they seem to be on the way. If we wear our computers and have near instant access to the world’s information, will we redefine intelligence? Top performers will likely be those who are best at distinguishing high quality data versus junk. What seems clear is that tomorrow’s iPhones and their competition will have capabilities that some are only dreaming about today. As we move forward, each of us will have to decide how much privacy, control, and freedom we are willing to give up in exchange for anything-anytime-anywhere
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