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Wharton Computing’s Ted Moskalenko and Scott McNulty are the Odd Couple of mobile technology: Ted loves Android, and Scott is Apple to the core. During this lively Techfast offered up some pros and …

Wharton Computing’s Ted Moskalenko and Scott McNulty are the Odd Couple of mobile technology: Ted loves Android, and Scott is Apple to the core. During this lively Techfast offered up some pros and cons for both platforms and shared some tips, tricks, and apps designed to help you get the most out of your mobile devices.

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  • 1. Ted Moskalenko/Scott McNulty – Wharton Computing1 0 / 7 / 11 Techf ast : Mobile Technology Overload 10/12/11
  • 2. Lets Get Acquainted!WHARTON COMPUTING 2
  • 3. I’m a Mac WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 3
  • 4. It’s been one year and seven months……since my last Apple product WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 4
  • 5. What are we covering? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 5
  • 6. Carriers and BuzzwordsWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 6
  • 7. Buzzwords WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 7
  • 8. Carriers, Phones, and Technologies Coming Soon WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 8
  • 9. Leapfrog!WHARTON COMPUTING 9
  • 10. What is a smartphone? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 10
  • 11. Mind Control!! WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 11
  • 12. What makes smartphones different? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 12
  • 13. TabletsWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 13
  • 14. What is a tablet? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 14
  • 15. Variety WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 15
  • 16. Tablet vs Netbook? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 16
  • 17. Bridging the Gap WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 17
  • 18. Market ShareWHARTON COMPUTING 18
  • 19. Smartphone Market Share Smartphone Unit Sales Q2 2011 8% 11% Android iPhone 52% Blackberry 29% Other https://www.npd.com/wps/portal/npd/us/news/pressreleases/pr_110822a WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 19
  • 20. Tablet Market Share Tablet shipments Q2 2011 26.80% iPad Playbook 4.90% 68.30% Android http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS23034011 WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 20
  • 21. Why Bother?WHARTON COMPUTING 21
  • 22. Why bother? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 22
  • 23. The Internet in your pants http://theoatmeal.com/comics/smartphone WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 23
  • 24. Media WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 24
  • 25. Apps WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 25
  • 26. What’s an app? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 26
  • 27. Web app•  Lives on the web•  Not installed on your phone•  Cross platform•  Don’t need to be approved by app stores WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 27
  • 28. Native app•  Have to install on your device•  Able to access your phone’s hardware•  Faster (in some cases)•  No need for Internet connection (mostly) WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 28
  • 29. Which one should I get? WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 29
  • 30. Get an iPhone!WHARTON COMPUTING 30
  • 31. iPhone 4S WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 31
  • 32. Siri WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 32
  • 33. Top 5 iOS FeaturesWHARTON COMPUTING 33
  • 34. iOS 5 WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 34
  • 35. Notification center WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 35
  • 36. iMessage WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 36
  • 37. Tabbed browsing WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 37
  • 38. Reminders WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 38
  • 39. WiFi Sync WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 39
  • 40. iPad WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 40
  • 41. iCloud WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 41
  • 42. The Apple way WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 42
  • 43. App Store and iTunes WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 43
  • 44. Ecosystem WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 44
  • 45. Easy to use WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 45
  • 46. Why iPhones suckWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 46
  • 47. The Apple way WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 47
  • 48. Siri is old WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 48
  • 49. No Flash WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 49
  • 50. Get an Android!WHARTON COMPUTING 50
  • 51. Ecosystem•  More options•  More flexibility•  More customization•  Replaceable batteries•  Upgradeable•  Standard connections WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 51
  • 52. Android Comes in Flavors WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 52
  • 53. Skins WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 53
  • 54. Buttons WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 54
  • 55. Notification Bar/Tray WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 55
  • 56. Widgets WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 56
  • 57. Keyboards WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 57
  • 58. Market Options WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 58
  • 59. Which Android to getWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 59
  • 60. Verizon WHARTON COMPUTING 60
  • 61. T-Mobile WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 61
  • 62. AT&T WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 62
  • 63. Sprint WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 63
  • 64. On the horizon WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 64
  • 65. Seriously, get an iPhone.WHARTON COMPUTING 65
  • 66. Overwhelming choice WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 66
  • 67. Fractured OS WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 67
  • 68. Phone specific interfaces WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 68
  • 69. CrapwareDelving into the app drawer revealedmore unwanted software, with a host ofapps neatly summarising Android’sperennial fragmentation issues:alongside the official Market, the XperiaMini Pro comes loaded with fourdifferent app stores. http://www.pcpro.co.uk/blogs/2011/08/22/smartphone-crapware-worse-than-laptops/#ixzz1a3uXtLwm WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 69
  • 70. Malware http://www.mcafee.com/us/resources/reports/rp-quarterly-threat-q2-2011.pdf WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 70
  • 71. You can’t go wrong…WHARTON COMPUTING 71
  • 72. Cross-PlatformWHARTON COMPUTING 72
  • 73. Cloud Services WHARTON COMPUTING 73
  • 74. Cross-platform apps WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 74
  • 75. More cross-platform apps WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 75
  • 76. Android Specific AppsWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 76
  • 77. Google apps integration•  Google Apps http://www.google.com/mobile/ •  Gmail, Calendar, Contacts •  Talk (gChat) •  Search •  Maps (Latitude) •  YouTube •  Goggles •  Voice •  Earth •  Finance •  Translate •  Blogger WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 77
  • 78. Google Voice WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 78
  • 79. Beautiful Widgets WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 79
  • 80. Locale and Tasker WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 80
  • 81. Flashlight WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 81
  • 82. NitroDesk TouchDown WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 82
  • 83. iPhone Specific AppsWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 83
  • 84. Apple’s apps WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 84
  • 85. Instapaper WHARTON COMPUTING 85
  • 86. Instagram WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 86
  • 87. Omnioutliner WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 87
  • 88. Taskpaper WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 88
  • 89. iOS Tips WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 89
  • 90. Android Tips WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 90
  • 91. SecurityWHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 91
  • 92. Mobile devices: set a password WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 92
  • 93. Mobile devices: remote wipe WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 93
  • 94. Mobile devices: Lookout WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 94
  • 95. Find my iPhone/iPad WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 95
  • 96. Mobile devices: encryption WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 96
  • 97. Questions?WHARTON COMPUTING 97
  • 98. Contact Us! Ted Moskalenko! Scott McNulty! tedmosk@wharton.upenn.edu smcnulty@wharton.upenn.edu technology.wharton.upenn.edu/techfast/ beacon.wharton.upenn.edu/tedmosk WHARTON COMPUTING 10/12/11 98