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  • 1. Email- transmission of mess ages over communication networks Drew Lombana Block 2
  • 2. Podcasting- method of publishing files to the internet allowing users to subscribe to a feed and receive new files automatically. You can automatically receive the files, so there’s no hassle. You also receive info on what you want.
  • 3. Instant Messaging talking in real time to other network users from all parts of the world (IM)
  • 4. Discussion Board an internet forum, or message board, is an online discussion site. Modern equivalent to a traditional bulletin board Can allow you to post information or advice. You can also view them for info or advice
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    • SMS, Text Messaging- communication service for mobile communication system, allowing the interchange of short messages between mobile telephone devices. SMS text messaging is the most widely used data application on the planet, with 2.4 billion users mobile phone subscribers sending and receiving messages on their phones
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    • Blogs- web logs- web based journals often used by individuals or groups to maintain a record of thoughts, pictures, and interests. An online diary
  • 7. The iPhone is an internet-connected multimedia smart phone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. with a flush multi-touch screen and a minimal hardware interface. The device does not have a physical keyboard, so a virtual keyboard is rendered on the touch screen instead. The iPhone functions as a camera phone (including text messaging and visual voicemail), a portable media player (equivalent to an iPod), and Internet client (with email, web browsing, and local Wi-Fi connectivity). The first generation phone hardware was quad-band GSM with EDGE; the second generation also adds UMTS with HSDPA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone
  • 8. The curvy touchscreen handset has a 3.1-inch 320 x 480 multitouch display, with a silver center button down below and touch sensitivity all down the face -- the lower part is for "gestures." A full QWERTY keyboard slides out from the phone in a portrait orientation, and you can flip the phone on its side for accelerometer-sensed widescreen browsing. The phone is running Palm's all-new webOS platform, with TI's new OMAP CPU under the hood -- which Palm claims provides laptop-style power, and which juices the phones smooth transitions, scrolling and "deck of cards" app-switching. Other internal specs include EV-DO Rev. A, 802.11b/g WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth with A2DP and 8GB of built-in flash storage. There's a 3 megapixel camera with LED flash, mass storage-friendly microUSB plug and a good ol' 3.5mm headphone jack, but most exciting is the wireless charger -- a first for a mainstream phone. More shots are after the break, including a fancy FCC diagram depicting a removable battery http://www.engadget.com/2009/01/08/the-palm-pre/
  • 9. BlackBerry was released, which supports push e-mail, mobile telephone, text messaging, internet faxing, web browsing and other wireless information services as well as a multi-touch interface.