The Future is in the Cloud: Ubiquitous Computing
In the near future (or the future is here today?) the gadgets you are currently using will become obsolete. The future is ubiquitous computing: Devices access their data and processing power from the cloud. So, no more on-board processing and storage, resulting in reduced price and increased deployment.
This cloud computing infographic released by Tech news Daily tells you a brief history of computers – from everything centralized to everything ubiquitous:
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