Just couple my [nit]picks from the text, although:
"Like it or not, the vision of the interconnected future is coming"
This is either false or just plain old worn phrase to use in this context. The interconnection is already here. For years many, those with necessary skills, have setup various more or less personal web-services for one's data to not be bound to an application and location.
For majority it is just the matter, who and how are able to shape the interconnectivity. Whether a user's interconnection scene is tightly coupled to a bounded sticky brand (Apple, Windows [Phone|Desktop], Google, Facebook...) or are we free to interconnect between the behemonths as well as minor solutions of our own or others like Freedombox.
"There is an effort to create "migratory interfaces", she said, where the user can move from device to device while keeping the same state and context in the service."
IMHO it would have been appropriate to give some acknowledgement to Sync technology in Firefox and service at Mozilla.org as an example of free software trying to accomplish this "can move from device to device" with a state.
My summary goes something like: The free software is already here to make and enforce technological standards like http and html, but the challenge still is that services have been made and will be made bounded and sticky even with free software. It is just general business logics, what are still bound to Microsoft's way of doing business. One just wonders, how the same effect can be made to services as happened in web-browers?