Did you know that Smartphones outsold computers in 2010?
Smartphones<br />Can’t live without them…<br />
Slideshow contents<br />What is a Smartphone?<br />Smartphone features<br />Smartphones in businesses<br />Smartphones in education<br />Effects on productivity<br />Conclusion <br />
What is a Smartphone?<br />A Smartphone is a mobile phone that makes phone calls but has extra features that you would normally find on a computer.<br />
A few Smartphone features<br />Small and portable<br />Able to access the internet, send email<br />Able to produce, edit, receive and transfer data just like a laptop<br />Can play music, games, videos, store images and other many more features…<br />
Smartphones in businesses <br />Smartphones enable you to access your company’s data at any time, anywhere and help you stay productive.<br />Research shows that smartphones now help most people accomplish what they could not when they were away from their workplace.<br />
Smartphones in education<br />Smartphones are similar to laptops and can assist most students just the way laptops are currently doing.<br />Students would be able to access virtual libraries for research easily. <br />
Productivity and communication<br /><ul><li>With email and video conferencing capabilities, smartphones ensure you stay up to date and keep productive from anywhere.
Important information or data can be easily accessed or sent to you on your smartphone and that’s an example of the improved communication capabilities.</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion<br />I think smartphones are a great productive and efficient tool in the workplace, in communication and in education.<br />
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