Have you ever been in to a situation where you faced problems to communicate yourself to a person because that person was a speaker of another language?
John’s daughter was sad when last night he forgot to bring home her favorite comics. Today, during busy office hours, he received a video call from her to remind him about the comics. He realized that she sounded a bit sad because of the yesterday’s miss. However, he was not able to talk to her in details due to his office work.
Ten years ago if someone told you that driverless cars could be a reality or electric vehicles could be profitable or maybe that space exploration could be privatised – you would think of how your great grandchildren would enjoy the privileges of such an era.
Don’t you get annoyed when your smartphones enters into screen locked mode while you were chatting with your friend over Whatsapp because you didn’t interact with it screen for a few seconds?
Man has always toyed with different ideas in which communication can be done. The telephone was one of the greatest inventions of the 19th Century. The television of the 20th. Technology enthusiasts had long fantasized about telephones which could make you “see” the other end. And then suddenly came the world of video cameras and computers and the internet. It was no longer a big deal to have a video chat or send photographs 10,000 miles away in a second.
$86 billion is the estimated size of the gaming industry in 2014. It is estimated to cross $ 100 billion by 2017 if recent reports by Digi Capital are to be believed. A market of that size, growing at such a pace, would easily be the lure for many new players.
Don’t you feel annoyed when you have to dial multiple contact numbers of a friend to get in touch with him?