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Mobility: How It's Changing Our Lives

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    The productive couch potato

    More and more, people are becoming multi-tasking gurus. For example, it’s not uncommon to check email on tablets while watching TV and holding a conversation with a family member. As technology continues to advance, consumers will inevitably evolve with it. As connected devices become more prevalent, users will continue to boost efficiency and achieve tasks that, even now, seem unimaginable. Just think: soon everyone could be living in smart homes, where the intersection of connectivity and next-generation technology deliver optimally streamlined experiences.

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Mobility: How It's Changing Our Lives

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    The productive couch potato

    More and more, people are becoming multi-tasking gurus. For example, it’s not uncommon to check email on tablets while watching TV and holding a conversation with a family member. As technology continues to advance, consumers will inevitably evolve with it. As connected devices become more prevalent, users will continue to boost efficiency and achieve tasks that, even now, seem unimaginable. Just think: soon everyone could be living in smart homes, where the intersection of connectivity and next-generation technology deliver optimally streamlined experiences.

These days, staying connected is not just a nice perk – it’s expected. It’s no surprise, then, that the global market for connected devices allowing users Internet access is set to surpass six billion units this year – up 6 percent from 2013.

With new systematic advancements, businesses – across sectors spanning consumer electronics, retail and automotive – are able to offer users a more seamless experience, letting them get access to desired content when, where, and how they want.

So what will this mean for the day-to-day lives of today’s mobile users? In this slideshow, Sanjay Dhawan, CEO, Symphony Teleca Corporation, outlines how connected devices will disrupt traditional daily activities, starting with morning commutes and ending with late-night hangouts in front of the TV.