The changes were accelerated, precise, imprecise, but always focused on the same goal: allowing an easy and permanent communication. Easy access to the Internet was motivated by so-called social networks, headed by Facebook, Myspace and Twitter. Over time were born applications and services to make surfers constantly on the Internet it could comfortably from their mobile phones. Having this new possibility, to be permanently connected via a mobile device, gave rise to a new concept: Mobile Internet. The big cell phone companies and large Internet companies, had to generate new services that make something affordable, cost-effective mobile Internet, but above all, that satisfied users. Cell phones may be then become the largest gateway to the Internet.
At the World Congress of phones that takes place these days in Barcelona, the Presidents of Yahoo and Google take the concept a step further. These two companies today have two things in common. The first, which their Presidents have spoken in recent days at the Congress in Barcelona; the second, that both come to mobile devices as the very near future of the Internet. Us we delay a little in its development, but finally we are dealing with what Bill Gates predicted 20 years ago: all the information we need and more, is literally at the tip of our fingers and it fits into the pockets of our coats, sentenced Eric Schmidt in his lecture in the Auditorium of the Fira de Barcelona. Carol Bartz, coincides with the approach of Schmidt. If the user so chooses, all their life coordinates captured from a mobile device will be saved: the delicious restaurant that you descubriste with your girlfriend, the disk in which you fun with friends, everything is saved automatically or manually: the exact address, the time, day and, even, your rating and comments in text or audio. If you want to share those coordinates with the Group of people you have to well, either via a network of devices or through your existing profiles on social networks to make your acquaintances have access to them from any device with access to mobile Internet or not, concluded Bartz. The evolution and change of the mobile Internet, due to the growing popularity of smartphones and tablets calls, is a phenomenon that is taking place worldwide. Original author and article source