A ninety billion dollar mistake (23 Aug 2001)
In general, he sees broadband connections becoming standard in most homes, and the wireless world of mobiles and small personal devices becoming an intrinsic part of the net. He is sceptical about the general adoption of such cutting-edge and sexy applications as 3D teleconferencing. "I don't see anything coming that will be as dramatic as the web browser," he says. "The browser really woke the world up - and it had a high level of usability."
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