December 06, 2012
Massive Dynamics Advances Web 4.0 Focus
By Raju Shanbhag
Massive Dynamics, Inc. is spearheading the development of products and technology for the upcoming WEB 4.0 evolution.
Web 4.0, which may become a reality a few years from now, is a phenomenon where the Web is symbiotic. It is always on and can be used by humans and machines.
Apps and extensions rule the roost in Web 4.0, and when it comes into the picture, Web participation becomes a necessity.
Web 4.0 will bring more powerful interfaces like ambient intelligence, webOS and artificial intelligence.
The company sees Web 4.0 as a lucrative business opportunity where it can market various Internet and electronic devices. The platform is expected to provide "Intelligent Interaction" to its users.
It is considered to be a very huge step toward human interactive control of their environment and information, with the help of the newest electronics technology.
The new TeliPad product from Massive Dynamics eliminates the need to carry a separate smartphone if the user is already using a tablet.
“New developments in touch sensitive glass technology is making a lot of this possible," stated Oscar Hines, president of Massive Dynamics, Inc. "Tomorrow morning we will be announcing the Company's individual Web 4.0 products under development. This is an exciting time for us.”
Recently, the company started testing the waters in the large smartphone market, which has been noticeably held by Apple, the Nokia Corporation, Google, Inc. and Research in Motion (News - Alert). The company has announced its new TeliPad two-line smartphone product and revealed a surprising volume of preorders since Cyber Monday morning.
It "adds" a two-line smartphone to an existing Apple (News - Alert) iPad (including the Mini), Android tablet or Windows tablet, setting this new TeliPad apart from smartphone competitors.
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Edited by Braden Becker