Ten years ago, smartphones, as we know them by today’s standards, didn’t exist. Thirty years ago, no one even owned a computer. Think about that — the first personal computers arrived about 40 years ago. Today, it seems nearly everyone is gazing at a glowing, handheld computer. In fact, two-thirds of Americans own one.
Now that 2016 is over, the technocracy is moving quickly and advanced innovations are accelerating exponentially.