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The iPads, Tablets, and    Microblogging      Movement        Kylene Hsieh          909579650        ITEC 299.02     How t...
Tablet Computer   A one-piece, mobile version of a personal    computer, usually operated by touchscreen.   Basic Functi...
Examples   Apple iPad   Amazon’s Kindle Fire   Barnes & Noble’s Nook   Samsung’s Galaxy Tab   Notion Ink Adam        ...
Apple iPad   Top-selling tablet as of    October 2012 with over    100 million units sold   Apple’s first tablet    comp...
Microblogging                                     Shorter “micro”                                      verison of bloggin...
Examples                              QuickTime™ and a                                decompressor                      ar...
Why Microblogging?   Today microblogging has become incredibly    popular   More than 11 million users microblog   Its ...
The Future   Innovations in tablet    design, storage, and    efficiency   Rise of numerous    microblogging    applicat...
The End        QuickTime™ and a          decompressorare needed to see this picture.                                  Kyle...
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  1. 1. The iPads, Tablets, and Microblogging Movement Kylene Hsieh 909579650 ITEC 299.02 How to Lrn w ur iPod
  2. 2. Tablet Computer A one-piece, mobile version of a personal computer, usually operated by touchscreen. Basic Functions:  Same basic functions as a PC or laptop, but sometimes limited due to make and model.  Common functions include: Wireless mobile browser, E-mail and social media apps, phone functions, video- teleconferencing, GPS, portable media player, camera, downloadable apps. Kylene Hsieh
  3. 3. Examples Apple iPad Amazon’s Kindle Fire Barnes & Noble’s Nook Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Notion Ink Adam QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Kylene Hsieh
  4. 4. Apple iPad Top-selling tablet as of October 2012 with over 100 million units sold Apple’s first tablet computer Innovated its market with QuickTime™ and a decompressor its simple practical design are needed to see this picture. and user friendly functionality Total of 5 models since its release in 2010 Kylene Hsieh
  5. 5. Microblogging  Shorter “micro” verison of blogging, a discussion or informational site on the world wide web QuickTime™ and a decompressor that consist of userare needed to see this picture. created entries on a publicly viewed feed  Typical function of most tablets Kylene Hsieh
  6. 6. Examples QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Most social networking site now include some form of microblogging Twitter stand at the top of its market accounting for 86% of all microblogging activity Kylene Hsieh
  7. 7. Why Microblogging? Today microblogging has become incredibly popular More than 11 million users microblog Its simplicity, ease, and short length allows for users to gain opinions and news on incredibly current events within a moments of logging on Most current devices now include a processing system that is compatible with microblogging applications, including most tablets Kylene Hsieh
  8. 8. The Future Innovations in tablet design, storage, and efficiency Rise of numerous microblogging applications and QuickTime™ and a compatible devices decompressor are needed to see this picture. Younger generations more tech savvy Death to the journalist industry and replacement by microblogging Potential restrictions on user created content Kylene Hsieh
  9. 9. The End QuickTime™ and a decompressorare needed to see this picture. Kylene Hsieh
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