Alexander Graham Bell transmitted the first wireless phone call on a beam of light in 1880. Mobile communication has come a long way since then. Or has it? In many respects, mobile is stuck in an awkward stage of infancy. Our wireless devices still require us to speak and push buttons - just like sedentary devices. Beyond the genesis and evolution of mobile devices, Mobile Communication in the New Millennium examines the sociological and psychological impact of these products and the way we use them. How are they shaping our culture and impacting society? What is replacing phone and email as the communication method of choice? What are the ramifications of speaking and pushing buttons to communicate on the go? Is social media a conduit or a diversion for interpersonal communication? Where is wireless leading? What is driving new technology? Mobile Communication in the New Millennium answers these questions. More importantly, it outlines an exciting new direction for the future of mobile devices. The endgame of wireless is to revolutionize communication with hands-free voice-free technology.
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Greg Maltz is an entrepreneur, innovator and writer in the high tech community of Silicon Valley. He founded TelepathEye Inc. and EyeSpeech LLC in 2010 to develop and introduce a new breed of mobile device. An expert in science intrumentation and software, Greg worked for leading biotechnology and chromatography companies in the San Francisco Bay Area starting in 1998. Earning his degree in biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1991, he was a researcher at Scripps and Sinnsheimer Labs, as well as a science writer and journalist covering the electronics, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, analytical chemistry, medical and entertainment sectors.
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