I found this comment about cellphones kinda amusing:
Today, it almost seems that voice calls are the least-used function of most phones, while Wi-Fi and WiMax use ever-growing amounts of network bandwidth.
What world is that? I wanna go there. To me it seems like everyone I talk to outside of technology and say something like “mobile website” or “mobile web” or “websites meant for mobile phones” the common response is “You can get the web on cellphones?” Penetration is still very very very small, especially in the US. Things get dangerous when people start to assume that the behavior they see out of the four people with whom they share an office in SOMA is the way that everyone behaves. It is most certainly not. I live in Silicon Valley, I know a handful of people with wifi enabled handsets of some form. Taking a look at overall data usage, most of my data still flows through cellular with occasional bursts through wifi.
Don’t get me wrong, I would love for it to be time to change the name of the cell phone to something like Navi. I just don’t think we’re anywhere close to that vision yet.