NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- People no longer consider smartphones as anything special, not at least from a historical perspective on technology. Automobiles, Radios, TVs, cellphones, and now smart phones are becoming commodity items. It's absurd and short sighted to think anything has changed in the lifecycle of new products.What once was for only the rich and privileged are available en masse for everyone. It's one of the hallmarks of a capitalistic society, which goods and services are constantly made better, faster, cheaper.
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