January 2014: Americans used smartphone and tablet apps more than PCs to access the Internet last month -- the first time that has ever happened.
Is that Blood on your iPad?
In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad,
It links to an earlier article on Apple as well:
How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work.
Well, since I'm working on developing media to run on a Kindle Fire and the iPad, I'm implicated as well.
China is undergoing an industrial revolution like America did 100 years ago. I recently watched a documentary on Andrew Carnegie, where they said steel workers commonly worked 12 hour days, 84 hours a week. So it doesn't seem there are any innocent parties in this process. Personally I want everybody-all-at-once to express more simple and human conditions for everyone so we don't destroy the planet or exploit the poor.
I'm also rooting for the $35 tablet, which will be sold in India, to jump-start mobile devices to the next billion internet users.