Brian Jones, Claudia Winegarden, Wendy Rogers
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential to enrich many aspects of our lives. The power of wireless computing and networks allow us to connect anytime, anywhere with everything and everyone. New applications and gadgets grow at such a phenomenal rate that technologies aid us in almost all of our everyday activities. By using mobile devices, we can find information in seconds on just about any topic. We can securely store personal health information online to be accessed from anywhere. We meet others with similar interests around the world without leaving the comfort of our homes. While these…
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