The New York Times’ Brian X. Chen attended CES in Las Vegas last week and came away with an interesting take on how mobility is changing our lives:

For several years, technology companies have promised the dream of the connected home, the connected body and the connected car. Those connections have proved illusory. But in the last year app-powered accessories have provided the mechanism to actually make the connections. That is partly because smartphones have become the device people never put down. But it is also because wireless sensors have become smaller, cheaper and ubiquitous.

Chen’s full piece is worth checking out.