Nick Bilton reports on Google’s and Apple’s efforts to push the envelope on “wearable” computing (think: iPod bracelets or Android watches).
Currently, most people still have a desktop or a laptop as their main hub for their computing lives. Mine is still my two year old iMac.
In five years, the smartphone will be the main hub for most people. Desktops and laptops will still exist, of course. But most computing will be relayed through the phones we have on or near us at all times that are always connected to the web.