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Mobile Disruption: The Technologies and Applications That are Driving the…

by Jeffrey L. Funk

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A disruptive technology is a technology or innovation that results in worse product performance different from the expected or predicted performance; an example is that the Internet accessible mobile phone was thought to be a portable substitute for the PC-the actual applications of mobile phones are far different from thisDescribes business models, user needs, and key technologies to create long-term strategies that are profitable in both the long- and short-term

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