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- The "Mobile Wave" is So Huge America Will Be Reborn
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This growing technological wave will make the dollar stronger, spread American values throughout the globe, and establish English as the single most important language on Earth.
In fact, our leading position in the rise of smartphones and tablet computers makes it certain that the United States will undergo a major revival and rebranding.
Along the way America will re-emerge as the dominate force in technology and economics in the world - by far - as soon as the end of this decade.
This new breed of American-made tech will also improve the lives of billions of people around the world by providing them with better health care and education.
Now, admittedly you've heard this bullish story from me before. But here's the thing: these aren't my insights.
They belong to a hard-hitting high-tech executive who is a renowned expert on the subject. His name is Michael Saylor, and he is the CEO of MicroStrategy Inc. (NASDAQ:MSTR), a leader in business intelligence.
More to the point, Saylor is the author of the hot new nonfiction book called "The Mobile Wave: How Mobile Intelligence Will Change Everything."
In the book, he makes the case that we've passed the tipping point in bringing cutting-edge software to the world. From healthcare apps to text books, it's all on your smartphone or tablet.
The book is a fast and compelling read. If you want to take a look for yourself, you can find "The Mobile Wave" on Amazon.com.
As befits the topic, I read Saylor's book on my iPad...
Michael Saylor on the Promise of America
Intrigued by what he had to say, I got in touch with Saylor by phone, and we chatted for nearly an hour.
Some of you may find his comments controversial. After all, it's the "in" thing these days to bash America as a once-great nation losing its technical lead to China and India.
But Saylor disagrees. He believes mobile software and the wireless Web are major trends that will give the U.S. its high-tech rebirth and bring billions out of poverty in the Third World at the same time.
Here's how he sees it...
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When the Macintosh was introduced, Jobs insisted the only way to remove it from the package was by its handle since it was the first "portable" computer.
Of course, the original Mac was far too heavy and bulky to actually carry around. But to Jobs, the handle was essential. It made the $2,500 device (in 1984!) more accessible and less imposing of a technological wonder.
It also tapped into that human concept of mobility.
Now you didn't have to go somewhere to use a computer; it came to you. Technology was not the master, but the companion.
It seems simple, but it helped open up a whole new world.
And now we see where Mobility 2.0 is taking us. Smartphones, tablets, and ultrabooks are changing the way we interact-not only with the Web, but with one another.
But it's not just the devices that are changing.
It's the infrastructure that allows them to receive signals, upload information and communicate across different platforms, etc.
Let's face it, the iPhone wouldn't be nearly as cool if it couldn't communicate or snap photos for your Facebook page. Or if you lost your connection every time you turned a corner on an augmented reality history tour of Chicago.
Behind the scenes is a complex infrastructure that makes it all work.
One company at the heart of Mobility 2.0 is an Innovation Investing newcomer, Towerstream Corp. (Nasdaq: TWER).