“Instead, I got wrapped up in a conversation between a grandmother and her grandkids talking at the table behind me.
“Grandma, did you get my text about the Dead Space game I want for my birthday?”
“Yep, I did. But you won’t know until you open your present!”— Adweek on the rise in mobile use among 65+.
"Mundie is pushing Microsoft toward a future without buttons — no keyboard buttons, mouse buttons or phone buttons.
Touch-screens are just the first step, Mundie said. In his version of the future, people will talk to computers without having to type on a keyboard. The computer will understand hand gestures and body movements instead of mouse swipes. He calls this evolution “natural user interface,” or NUI for short.”
”—Via Seattle Times, from the guy responsible for Kinect. Good stuff.