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Do you have a new smart phone or tablet and would like to learn more about apps? Come with your device or use the library’s new tablets to see what is available. We will answer any questions that …

Do you have a new smart phone or tablet and would like to learn more about apps? Come with your device or use the library’s new tablets to see what is available. We will answer any questions that you might have and play around with our new toys! Do you have a favorite app that you like? Be prepared to share it with us and tell us why you like it.

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  • DESKTOP - Desktop is also an abbreviated form of desktop computer, a personal computer that fits on top of a desk. LAPTOP - A laptop computer, usually called a notebook computer by manufacturers, is a battery- or AC-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can easily be transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, temporary offices, and at meetings. NOTEBOOK - A notebook computer, sometimes called a laptop computer, typically weighs less than 5 pounds and is 3 inches or less in thickness. Among the best-known makers of notebook and laptop computers are IBM, Apple, Compaq, Dell, Toshiba, and Hewlett-Packard.TABLET - A tablet PC is a wireless, portable personal computer with a touch screen interface. The tablet form factor is typically smaller than a notebook computer but larger than a smartphoneThe most common type of tablet is the slate style, like Apple's iPad or Microsoft's Surface. These devices -- which are what that most people mean when they refer to a tablet -- have electronics integrated into the touch screen unit and lack a hardware keyboard. SMARTPHONEConsumer smartphones evolved out of personal digital assistants (PDAs), rather than cell phones around the turn of the 21st century, when devices such as the PalmPilot began to include  wireless connectivity. What is the difference between a SMARTPHONE AND CELL PHONE?A recognized mobile operating system, such as Nokia's Symbian, Google's Android, Apple's iOS or the BlackBerry OSInternet connectivityA mobile browserThe ability to sync more than one email account to the deviceEmbedded memoryHardware and/or software-based QWERTY keyboardWireless synchronization with other devices, such as laptop or desktop computersThe ability to download applications and run them independentlySupport for third-party applicationsThe ability to run multiple applications simultaneouslyTouchscreenWi-FiTextingDigital cameras, typically with video capabilityGamingUnified messagingPersonal information managementGPS (global positioning system)Remote control of computersRemote control of home or business electronic systems
  • HistoryIBM designed the first smartphone in 1992. It was called Simon. The smartphone was presented that year as a concept device in Las Vegas at the computer industry trade show known as COMDEX. The first cell phone, on the other hand, was demonstrated 19 years before the first smartphone. Motorola employee Dr. Martin Cooper on April 3, 1973 called researcher Dr. Joel S. Engel of AT&T’s Bell Labs using a prototype from Motorola called the DynaTAC.
  • An operating system performs these services for applications: In a multitasking operating system where multiple programs can be running at the same time, the operating system determines which applications should run in what order and how much time should be allowed for each application before giving another application a turn.It manages the sharing of internal memory among multiple applications.It handles input and output to and from attached hardware devices, such as hard disks, printers, and dial-up ports. It sends messages to each application or interactive user (or to a system operator) about the status of operation and any errors that may have occurred.It can offload the management of what are called batch jobs (for example, printing) so that the initiating application is freed from this work.On computers that can provide parallel processing, an operating system can manage how to divide the program so that it runs on more than one processor at a time.
  • An ISP (Internet service provider) is a company that provides individuals and other companies access to the Internet and other related services such as Web site building and virtual hosting. An ISP has the equipment and the telecommunication line access required to have a point-of-presence on the Internet for the geographic area served.AT&T WorldNet, IBM Global Network, MCI, Netcom, UUNet, and PSINet.OSPs, sometimes just called "online services," also have their own networks but provide additional information services not available to non-subscribers. America Online (AOL) is the most successful example of an OSP.
  • Number of smartphone users to quadruple, exceeding 1 billion worldwide by 2014 The demand for smartphones is creating a demographic shift among users, who will exceed 1 billion worldwide by 2014, stimulating demand for more entry-level models that offer mainstream solutions such as mobile email and social networking applications, according to Parks Associates’ Smartphone: King of Convergence.only 30% of current smartphone users are the stereotypical young and tech-savvy aficionados.
  • Smartphone owners spend a whopping 3.3 hours per day on their phones, while tablet owners are close behind, averaging 3.1 hours a day on their devices, finds a new survey [download page] from ExactTarget. And while a recent Nielsen study suggests that daily time spent with mobiles is closer to one hour, the researchers indicate that smartphone owners just “can’t seem to put them down.” Here’s some insight into what mobile owners are doing on a day-to-day basis on their devices.

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  • 1. Fun with Apps Ann Marie Pipkin
  • 2. What are we going to do?  Learn some common definitions  Explore some everyday Apps  Share some Apps that YOU like  Party!
  • 3. How do we talk to each other?  Devices  Desktop  Laptop/Notebook  Tablet  Phone  Smartphone  Operating Systems  Providers
  • 4. Devices  Desktop  Laptop/Notebook  Tablet  Cellular Phone  Smart Phone  A Smartphone is a cellular telephone with an integrated computer and other features not originally associated with telephones, such as an operating system, Web browsing and the ability to run software applications.
  • 5. What is the difference between a cell phone and a Smartphone? A Smartphone has a mobile operating system You can think of a Smartphone like a miniature computer that can also place and receive calls.
  • 6. Operating Systems  An operating system (sometimes abbreviated as "OS") is the program that manages all the other programs in a computer.  The other programs are called applications or application  MS-DOS  Windows XP  Windows 8  Windows Mobile  iPhone OS  Google’s Android  Symbian OS  RIM’s BlackBerry  Palm’s WebOS
  • 7. Providers  An access provider is any organization that arranges for an individual or an organization to have access to the Internet.  Access providers are generally divided into two classes: Internet access providers (ISPs) and online service providers (OSPs).  I have an Apple iPhone 5c from ATT with the
  • 8. The Top iPhone and iPad Apps on App Store App Store Official Charts for the week ending Feb 24, 2014:           1 Flying Cyrus 2 Splashy 3 Talking Angela 4 Flappy Wings 5 Red Bouncing Ball 6 WhatsApp Messenger 7 Infection Bio War 8 Unroll Me 9 Facebook Messenger 10 Cookie Clickers •1 Card Wars •2 Threes! •3 Minecraft •4 Heads Up! •5 Afterlight •6 Plague Inc. •7 Sleep Cycle alarm clock •8 Hide N Seek •9 Lockster •10 Waterlogue
  • 9. References  Websites  Technology Definitions http://whatis.techtarget.com/  Marketing Charts http://www.marketingcharts.com/  Best Apps for Teaching and Learning http://www.ala.org/aasl/standards-guidelines/bestapps/2013