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Mobile: This is the future. June 6, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — omus @ 3:41 pm
Thats Future

Thats Future

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Want to see your future, just see your mobile. This is what I realized after visiting the Start Up city, a forum for start-ups to showcase their technology, held in NIMHANS, Bangalore on 6th June 2009.

By a naked eye estimate, there were around 100 start-up companies showcasing their technology and ideas they are working upon. But first hats-off to NIMHANS. I was surprised to see that a government college can have such an impressive infrastructure to hold such events. More than the scale, it was neatness and cleanliness a government college auditorium, which surprised me. I think this is one of the best example, what wonders a good un-corrupt administration can do.

Coming back to the theme, it was first kind for me. For me one take-away, Mobile is future. Around 30-50% start-ups are one way or other related to mobile services. Starting from Internet, payment, downloading, reading e-books, selling and buying, audio-video conferencing, movie watching, reading magazines, gaming, office work, photography and videography, presentation, any edition, data storage, banking, stock markets, messaging, GPS, writing & reading in any language of world…and any service one can think of, will be done from mobile.

Few companies shaping the future: Panini, MyMob, Jio Bindaas, Map My India, OnMobile etc.

I just can’t wait to see the FUTURE..;-)

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2 Responses to “Mobile: This is the future.”

  1. Sanjeev Sharma Says:

    I want to get more information regarding new advancement in technology in india.

    • omus Says:

      Thats a very broad question…i just wondering ho to start,,,,where to start.
      In short, India is with same pace with rest of world, with only drawback being, % Indians knowing is par below the world’s average.


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