Brian Chen: The iPhone and Constant Connection
The iPhone originally was introduced as a combination of a mere "three revolutionary products"an iPod, a cellphone, and a keyboardless handheld computer. But now, capable of serving more than 200,000 functions (and counting), the iPhone has implications far beyond the phone or gadget market. In fact, says Wired.com columnist Brian Chen, author of Always On, the iPhone is opening the way to a future of constant connectionwith far-reaching implications throughout all areas of our lives. Presented by Town Hall, with University Book Store.
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