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Think of what feature you want to have the printers of the future! If you thought “Speakers”, congratulations! No, not a joke, but sometimes the industry movements appear to be a big joke that we do not know the end.
Some might say that little can innovate on a printer, and that this obsession with selling new equipment manufacturers are willing to do anything to us to renew our devices, but the truth is that few were expecting what Samsung has in store for the upcoming IFA, where besides the new Galaxy Note III and smart watch, teach speakers printers.
These speakers are to better hear the sound of heads dropping ink onto paper, but the idea is to connect our player or smartphone to play the songs that we saved. So actually these devices are bases such as those already sold everywhere, but with the ability to print our documents.
For now these printers are concepts, each with its own characteristics, such as a monochrome laser printer model that lets you install a cartridge to add color. But if all goes as Samsung wants, soon we encourage waits for a document is printed with your favorite music.
Time passes quickly. The Information Technology 100 years old and it seems incredible that, before his foray into the lives of human beings could manage without them.
It is very interesting to discover how the top executives of companies such as IBM suggests that the challenges posed to humanity to address the impact of technology today, have nothing to do with microprocessors, or with services in the cloud or with mobile applications.
Are aimed, instead, to issues more related to people: to facilitate the connection of the subsystems that exist in the world and maintain social stability and economic development (starting with the business sector), ensure security and data privacy personal (and dignity of their owners) and transform the leadership to make it an exercise in creativity, listening, collaboration and influence Will technologists become more sensitive? Or maybe the machines increasingly resemble people.