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  • 1. INTERNET WATCH : The evolution of Internet on the mobile phones Carole Diers GIDO 2A 2009/11/30
  • 2. Table of contents
    • Presentation of subject
    • Extract of article
    • Reference of article
    • Watch tools
  • 3. I. Presentation of subject The evolution of Internet on the mobiles phones
    • Mobile phones are used for a variety of purposes, including
    • keeping in touch with family members, conducting business, and having
    • access to a telephone in the event of an emergency.
    • Mobile phones is part of Medias. This means of communication have
    • progressed a great deal over the last ten years. Before, the phone had a
    • function of simple cellular and nowadays, it's a primary mean of
    • communication, chiefly, the permanent access of information through
    • Internet.
    • I want to find technical information that would enlighten on the
    • evolution of Internet on the mobiles phones and more exactly the next
    • generation.
  • 4.
    • By ROY FURCHGOTT Published: November 4, 2009
    • “ Getting TV news on your phone is a tricky business, as most
    • mobile broadcasters require a Wi-Fi connection. That’s not really
    • mobile TV, that’s hot-spot TV.
    • The only broadcaster I’ve found that transmits junk-free news not
    • only by Wi-Fi, but also over a 3G network, is 1Cast.
    • It will even work over a 2G network, if that’s all you can pick up.
    • The free app is available for both iPhone and Android handsets.”
    II. Extract of article “ App of the Week : Mobile TV That Needs No Hot Spot”
  • 5. III. Reference of Article
    • date : 2009/11/05
    • indexation : Wi-Fi mobiles phone, mobile TV, iphone TV, Internet mobile
    • source : The New York Times
    • found with : yahoo! alerts
    • initials : CD
    • bibliographic reference :
    • FURCHGOTT, Roy. App of the Week : Mobile TV That Needs No Hot Spot. The New York Times, (online) New York : 2009/11/04. (Consulted 2009/11/04). Available at : URL
    • < http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/technology/personaltech/05
    • app.html?scp=6&sq=mobile&st=Search >
  • 6. IV. Watch Tools
    • Yahoo! Alerts
    • RSS Feeds subscription to online newspaper
    •  « The New York Times » domain Technology
    • It’s a general information on the technology but it's possible to consult
    • the RSS feeds on domain of &quot;Cellular telephones&quot;,&quot;Internet”
    • and&quot;Technology&quot;.
    • Blog subscription
    •  « New Google phones »
    • I took out a subscription to RSS feeds to blog « New Google phones ».
    • This blog presents news of mobile phones in general.
  • 7.
    • Google Alerts
    • I took out a subscription to RSS feeds to « the new york times ». The key words used for queries on my subject are :
        •  [ « Internet mobiles » ]
        •  [ « new application Internet mobiles » ]
        •  [ news of mobiles ]
        •  [ « New Google Phones » ]
        •  [ News Google Phones ]
  • 8. THE END
    • Thank you very much