New Operating System Announced by Google

We all know that eventually everything will be on the go. There isn’t a second when people are not available and online. Phoning, texting, emailing, it’s all happening, all the time. This newly connected existence has its good points and bad points. Most of the time, the results of being always connected can lead to some funny situations, but sometimes the results can be tragic.

Is there a place or situation that you haven’t seen people using their device? Walking into traffic, texting their deity in church, tumbling into corn in the supermarket. We may not watch where we’re going but everyone else does.

The exploding market for tablets is just another step on the way to “All Ways Connected-Connected All Ways”.

Oh, I almost forgot why I started this. Looks like we’re going to have a newer, better, faster way of careening through life.

Android3.0 Honeycomb is designed for tablets.

Take a brief minute, ignore the person talking to you, and text me the most notable way you’ve seen people connect on the go.

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3 thoughts on “New Operating System Announced by Google

  1. I was at a restaurant last week and had about a 15 minute wait. This restaurant had a small waiting room outside the main restaurant where my kids and I went to sit. As I sat down I notice how quiet it was. About 10 other people were waiting but no one was talking. I looked around and everyone was texting or looking up something on their phone. In the past I have always noticed the jokers talking on the cell phone trying to sound important, the loud guy trying to make everyone around laugh, the story teller spinning his tall tells. But no one was talking everyone sitting quietly waiting, reading, texting, socializing to the outside world in utter silence. It was amazing, then my kids started being loud and the silence was over. I am not sure anyone truly understand the long term ramifications but I see a major impact on people’s ability to communication orally.

  2. I don’t buy anything that I don’t need. When it comes with tablet PC’s, I believe that I’ll stay away from them. After all, when one gets one of those gadgets, of course, cell phone access fees are not exactly bargains. I don’t want to be a slave to one of those cell phone access providers. I don’t cherish those outlandish contracts that one must sign. So I’ll just stick with my pay-as-U-go cell phone provider. If my pre-paid time runs out, the cell phone will just stop working, which is fine with me! No contracts, no high surprise user-time fees, and no bill surprises. I can text, but it is much easier and faster to just “say it” than punching characters on a keyboard.
    Life is much easier when one keeps it simple. Save your money, and enjoy and spend it for (with) your family instead.

  3. While I don’t text or do any of that goofy smart phone junk “My phone is a phone” I am looking forward to getting a 10″ tablet with dual core processor and nvidia graphics. It may well replace my laptop 90% of the time. I actually take my laptop with me when I go out, and a 10″ tablet would be in many situations easier to use and more sensible.

    Netbooks are junk in my opinion, and laptops a bit cumbersome sometimes and a 10″ tablet with speed and performance would be a welcome addition to my stable of computers. 😉

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