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    •  The first Smartphones  Mobile operating system  Android  iOS  Entertainment  What will Smartphones be like in the future?
    • For the first smartphone we have to go all the way back to 1992 and the introduction of the IBM Simon.  IBM had big plans for the Simon, but they never really planned out. The phone, however, was likely just too advanced for its day. It included a touchscreen, operated by stylus, that would let you send and receive fax messages. But it also of course had a notepad, an email client and a calendar. Without a doubt, the Simon was the first smartphone, but it would retire before gaining fame.  Actually the term "smartphone" did not appear until 1997, when Ericsson described its GS88 concept as a "Smart Phone“ and every smartphone has an Operating System. 
    • A mobile operating system, also referred to as mobile OS, is the operating system that operates a smartphone, tablet, PDA, or other digital mobile devices. Modern mobile operating systems combine the features of a personal computer operating system with touchscreen, cellular, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS (mobile navigation), camera, video camera, speech recognition, voice recorder, music player, NFC (Near field Communication), personal digital assistant (PDA) and other features.
    •  The most common mobile operating systems are:  Android from Google Inc.(free and open source)  iOS from Apple Inc. (closed source)  Windows Phone from Microsoft (closed source)  BlackBerry 10 from BlackBerry  Bada OS by Samsung  Symbian by Symbian  WebOS by Palm
    •   Android was developed by a small startup company (Android Inc.) that was purchased by Google Inc. in 2005, which Google has continued to update the software, along with major hardware and software developers (such as Intel, HTC, Motorola, Sa msung, LG etc). The first phone to use Android was the HTC Dream, released on 2008 with the Android 1.0.  The latest stable release until now it is 4.2.2 Jelly Bean February 11, 2013; 2 months ago
    •  The Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and second-generation Apple TV all use an operating system called iOS, which is derived from Mac OS X. Native third party applications were not officially supported until the release of iOS 2.0 on July 11th 2008. Before this, "jailbreaking" allowed third party applications to be installed, and this method is still available. Currently all iOS devices are developed by Apple and manufactured by Foxconn or another of Apple's partners.
    •  TV Out (HDMI)  WiFi connection to Smart TV  Car dock  Camera  Music and Video player  Audio/Video Recording  Gaming  Social networking  Emails  USB On-The-Go  Sharing
    •  New concept smartphones  Increased security  More waterproof smartphones  More 3D smartphones  “Transparent” smartphones  “Unbreakable” smartphones  Smartphones with flexible displays  Finally, can it replace your notebook/PC?