Connected Life: The impact of the Connected Life over the next five years

Connected Life: The impact of the Connected Life over the next five years

February 25, 2013

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Latest report from PwC and GSMA. Mobile technology is redefining our lives and making it increasingly connected. From health and education to transportation and smarter cities, the proliferation of mobile communication and a connected life is now well established and here to stay. This report gives a snapshot of trends that are redefining our lives through mobile technology. The instances cited here only scratch the surface of the impact that mobile devices will have on society over the next five years. The findings indicate an exciting future for both developed and developing markets.

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