ubiquitous ubiquitous /ju ˈbɪ kwɪ təs/
- (adj) being present everywhere at once
- The mobile is the world’s most ubiquitous computer with more than 4 billion handsets in use worldwide.
- Now that iPods and iPhones have become as ubiquitous as water bottles and cell phones, market analysts are eager to know what's humming under all those headphones.
- The social networking sites like Facebook and Myspace have become so ubiquitous that they have become boring and some experts feel that the networking phenomena has reached a plateau.
- Even a new twist at Kauffman Stadium — a picture of a bottle of Billy Butler’s now ubiquitous Rally Sauce on the Crown Vision video board — failed to produce the necessary late magic to avoid a 3-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers. The loss ended a six-game winning streak for the Royals.on June 11, 2013 Source: The Kansas City Star
- A "new" element of iOS 7 has been buried since the iPhone’s original mockup. Signal bars are ubiquitous on phones, so much so that we’ve developed an entire language around it--“How many bars do you have?” or “I don’t know why the call dropped, I had, like, three bars!” With five simple dots that sit on top of the iPhone’s home screen, iOS 7 has taken design ownership away from the silly bar ...on June 11, 2013 Source: Fast Company Magazine
- Clinton finally joins the ubiquitous social media site with a loaded profile bioon June 10, 2013 Source: The Week via Yahoo! News
- "The numbers are clear: the mobile Web is growing around the world, even in countries where broadband penetration is high. In fact, it is growing because consumers are used to having ubiquitous access to the Web and expect to have it wherever they...on Dec 22, 2008 By: Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner Source: Mobile Computer
- "In a marketplace where smartphones are becoming ubiquitous, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express significantly raises the bar by providing a cost-effective solution that allows companies of all sizes to support enterprise-grade mobile connectivity...on Feb 16, 2010 By: Mike Lazaridis Source: InformationWeek
- "Millennials will routinely engage in ubiquitous social networking, having seen that competitive edge it brings them in business and politics. It will be the norm in personal relationships," said Craigslist founder Craig Newmark in the report.on Jul 8, 2010 By: Craig Newmark Source: San Francisco Chronicle