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Desktops will be irrelevant - Google sales chief


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Desktops will be irrelevant - Google sales chief

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 1:03 pm

dottel03-04-2010 12:56 PM

Desktops will be irrelevant - Google sales chief
Google believes that in three or so years desktops will give way to mobile as the primary screen from which most people will consume information and entertainment.

More can be read here..

Good news to .Tel domainers..

tony mayo03-04-2010 04:04 PM

Yes, I read that too. 
The mobile web is going to be huge and .tel is ideally placed to take advantage of it - in ways we haven't even figured out yet.
.tel is not just another app on the iPhone.
Exciting times ahead.

dotteler03-05-2010 05:25 AM

Mobile site + apps + .tel = the future.
oh, and IVR too.

Bunjie03-09-2010 12:28 PM

The next industry-altering startup would emerge seemingly out of nowhere.
Welcome to that startup? or welcome to Telnic the backbone of that startup?

Death of the Desktop and Other Dire Predictions


His rationale was based on the ever-increasing sophistication and worldwide popularity of smartphones and other mobile devices. Herlihy correctly pointed to Japan as a place where the number of people accessing in the Internet via mobile phones has already definitively eclipsed the number of computer-Internet users for the past several years now. Google's John Herlihy predicts desktop computers will be irrelevant in three years, eclipsed by the rise of smart phones and mobile gadgets.

John Herlihy, a Google executive, predicts that smartphones are on their way to replacing desktop computers over the next three years.

He also expressed a company-wide apprehension that the next industry-altering startup would emerge seemingly out of nowhere, as Google itself did over a decade ago.

Why Telnic?

Because .tel allow specific set-up profiles for various situations, like for showing contact data only to your boss or your family as such it's easy for Linden Labs or any virtual world or website to partner with Telnic, and become .tel compliant and perhaps added to the drop down list that will auto set-up your shown only to which ever "service" profile. 

Can you imagine how many hours that would save business and users per year? globally if they didn't need to spend 20-30mins to log in to one virtual world just to update their company data. 

That's a lot of hours and cost savings plus employee work time savings!

Telnic could front themselves a webpage just for the purpose of entering data into your .tel focusing on a drop down menu of compliant services, as long as you accepted "service" as a friend and have added your URL to it during signup at what ever website then you wont need to login anywhere else than Telnic to make contact info changes that can affect every website or Virtual World you use.

This is Jira for how Second Life could use it.


A version of how Twitter could provide you with "Auto updated URL-DNS" contact tweets.


tony mayo03-09-2010 02:33 PM

That's a great post and a welcome relief to the other nonsense we have to put up with on this forum.
Mobile is definitely going to be huge and as I have said before .tel is ideally placed to take advantage.
I have been linking my tel directories to a local news website of mine... book your cinema tickets here (.tel directory), click here for contact details for such and such an organisation.... It works seamlessly.
I keep saying .tel is not just another clever app you have to download and tire with after a few weeks. It's going to be part of the infra-structure of future communications. 
Just now I don't think anyone has figured it all out - that is going to take time, but it will happen.
I cannot understand why big global organisations like the BBC etc are not using it as a form of internal communcations for all their worldwide staff and departments using the great encryption to set up their own private phonebook.
It will happen just give it time.

dottel03-09-2010 04:32 PM


Bunjie03-09-2010 08:48 PM

Access Multiple Social Networks with New RCom App

Reliance has launched a 3G ready application called "Socially" for phones using its network. The application, now accessible via Reliance's RWorld portal, allows users to post simultaneous status updates over multiple social networks. The "supported networks" include Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Socially also shows up-to-date social information of the caller during an incoming call and collates significant events across social networks and pushes them as alerts on select smartphones supporting the application, enabling users to have better conversations. 

The application also links data from the contact list on your phone to associate them with your social networking buddies and thereby offers a seamless experience whether you wish to call, reply or send a text to the individual you selected. In the future, the use of this linked contacts will also be extended to video calls. Socially is quite secure and also features alerts of friends' activities on the idle phone screen.

Socially can be subscribed via RWorld @ Rs. 10 per month without having to pay any additional browsing charges.

dotteler03-09-2010 09:34 PM

Isn't this the callbyname initiative that digitrad is undertaking for .tel?

mikeseaton03-11-2010 03:57 AM


Originally Posted by dotteler (Post 6479)
Isn't this the callbyname initiative that digitrad is undertaking for .tel?

Here's the link for CallbyName - http://digitrad.com/callbyname - you can sign up here to be the first to try out the service when its launched.

You can also follow Digitrad on Twitter at http://twitter.com/digitrad

Mike Seaton

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