Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile | PandoDaily


36 bookmarks. First posted by briburt april 2012.


Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail Age of Mobile via
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may 2012 by marciaconner
On April 9, 2012, Web 2.0 lost its mantle as the most important Internet paradigm. We are now starting the Age of Mobile. Google and Facebook’s Internet dominance is no longer guaranteed. They face a threat from below and an army of smartphone-touting masses that sees little distinction between the piece of hardware in their hands and the Internet world it opens up.
mobile  web  internet  technology  evolution 
may 2012 by fraser
The momentum has been shifting for a while, but now the trend is emphatic. People now spend <a href="http://blog.flurry.com/bid/80241/Mobile-App-Usage-Further-Dominates-Web-Spurred-by-Facebook">more time in mobile apps</a> than they do online. There are more than 500m Android and iOS devices on the market, and giant countries like China and Indonesia are only just getting started in their smartphone and tablet push. Global mobile 3G subscribers are growing at <a href="http://www.scribd.com/doc/69309864/KPCB-Internet-Trends-2011">over 35 percent,</a> year on year, and there’s a lot more room to move – there are 5.6 billion mobile subscribers on our fair planet. Even in <a href="http://singularityhub.com/2011/08/16/80-android-phone-sells-like-hotcakes-in-kenya-the-world-next/">developing countries</a>, <a href="http://www.intomobile.com/2012/04/22/baidu-launch-160-smartphone-running-their-own-custom-android-rom/">cheap smartphones</a> will soon rush into the market. And who here doesn’t think tablet sales are going to go gangbusters pretty much <a href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/27/us-apple-china-idUSBRE83Q07320120427">everywhere</a>?


Mobile is the present, and the future.
mobile  web  twitter 
april 2012 by guardiantech
When they look back at this era, Internet historians will mark Facebook’s Instagram acquisition as the symbolic moment when the Great Shift was confirmed. Significantly, it also came soon after Steve Jobs’ death. The device that Jobs created had, within the space of five years, allowed a 551-day-old company with 14 employees to become worth $1 billion.
publishers  mobile 
april 2012 by JordanFurlong
Hamish McKenzie
oksonow  trends  mobile 
april 2012 by guyhaim
Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile http://t.co/v0Pd7rSC
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april 2012 by carlbrown
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april 2012 by danslee
@kadolor: “Now we need services that require less typing, fewer buttons, simple swipe and pinch actions, browsing that…” http://t.co/7p5jqR7t
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april 2012 by contents
nullsummenspiel, (nullsummenspiel) Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile: When they look back at this era, Internet historians will mark Facebook’s Instagram acquisition as the symbolic moment when the Great Shift was confirmed. Significantly, it also came soon after Steve Jobs’ death. The device that Jobs created had, within the space of five years, allowed a 551-day-old company with 14 employees to become worth $1 billion.
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april 2012 by schmitz
When they look back at this era, Internet historians will mark Facebook’s Instagram acquisition as the symbolic moment when the Great Shift was confirmed. Significantly, it also came soon after Steve Jobs’ death. The device that Jobs created had, within the space of five years, allowed a 551-day-old company with 14 employees to become worth $1 billion.
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april 2012 by sechilds
@dherman76: Phenomenal post. http://t.co/lnU3So0J
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april 2012 by bgrasberger
Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile via
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april 2012 by jgd3
RT @jlantunez: Se acabó la web 2.0. Se acabó priorizar la versión desktop. Hola Era del Móvil http://t.co/35ealWNA - http://t.co/mbHGy1ay
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april 2012 by cielitoslindos
Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile | http://t.co/r6unDAB3 via @zite | #slide2learn #ADEdu #mLearn
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april 2012 by pipcleaves
When they look back at this era, Internet historians will mark Facebook’s Instagram acquisition as the symbolic moment when the Great Shift was confirmed. Significantly, it also came soon after Steve Jobs’ death. The device that Jobs created had, within the space of five years, allowed a 551-day-old company with 14 employees to become worth $1 billion.
pando_daily  mobile_web  social_web  facebook  instagram  web  zukunft 
april 2012 by paukner
Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile
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april 2012 by mcaserta
RT @PandoDaily: Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile via @hamishmckenzie
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april 2012 by jinkhet