Surfing the third wave of computing: A framework for research into eObjects
During the last two decades, a "third wave of computing" has emerged: a move from a model of accessing the Internet and other internetworks almost exclusively via a desktop computer to alternative forms of distributed information technologies, such as smartphones, wearable computers, and sensors and microprocessors embedded in everyday objects. This paper undertakes a critical review of the literature that offers and discusses definitions of this "third wave". Not surprisingly in an area of...[Show more]
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