Photo cred: kevindooley                             The   Photo cred: LiuTao Photo cred: TarynMarie                       ...
Photo cred: Hannaford    For   most     ofcomputing history,computers  lookedsomething    like    this
Which meant, if you wanted to use a computer,                     you were tied to a desk.Photo cred: slackware
Photo cred: reticulating
laptops          Photo cred: reticulating
laptops   made going mobile easier...                      Photo cred: reticulating
Photo cred: yum9me    ...but this wasn’t completely problem-free, either.
Photo cred: takomabibelot People wanted    a mobile computer thatwould give them the freedom...
Photo cred: takomabibelot People wanted    ...to do what they    a mobile         wanted, when computer that        they w...
Many tried...Photo cred: techweet
Many tried...                       ...and failed.Photo cred: techweet
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In 1999, Research in Motion introducedthe first BlackBerry, combining thefeatures of the Palm Pilot with the abilityto send...
Initially, it was just business users that adopted Blackberry.                           Photo cred: The Prime Minister’s ...
But today,more than50 millionhave been   soldworldwide.             Photo cred: shindz
Users affectionately referto their devices as                             Photo cred: kwolski
Photo cred: sisterbeer                         And everyone seems to have one...
Photo cred: doug88888This explosion started in 2007 when Apple...
(Remember this?)
...took another swing.
Since its introduction, almost      100 million  iPhones have been sold.                                 Photo cred: abehr...
Photo cred: Rego - d4u.hu                              Paving                            the way                          ...
Photo cred: Ian Muutoo         In its first day on sale, the iPad sold 300,000 units.
Photo cred: Ian MuutooAnd is projected to sell more than 28 million by year’s end
This has caused an everyone to jump into the tablet        market, including RIM, Acer, Motorola, and Samsung.Photo cred: ...
Photo cred: LiuTao Photo cred: TarynMarie                             computing has sure changed,                         ...
References•   BlackBerry sales figures: http://www.electronista.com/    articles/09/02/05/50m.blackberries.sold/•   iPhone ...
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  • Film315 - The evolution of mobile computing

    1. 1. Photo cred: kevindooley The Photo cred: LiuTao Photo cred: TarynMarie MO BILE ofPhoto cred: ComputerMonger CO MPU TIN G By Jeff H (@ffejery) Photo cred:Yagan Kiely
    2. 2. Photo cred: Hannaford For most ofcomputing history,computers lookedsomething like this
    3. 3. Which meant, if you wanted to use a computer, you were tied to a desk.Photo cred: slackware
    4. 4. Photo cred: reticulating
    5. 5. laptops Photo cred: reticulating
    6. 6. laptops made going mobile easier... Photo cred: reticulating
    7. 7. Photo cred: yum9me ...but this wasn’t completely problem-free, either.
    8. 8. Photo cred: takomabibelot People wanted a mobile computer thatwould give them the freedom...
    9. 9. Photo cred: takomabibelot People wanted ...to do what they a mobile wanted, when computer that they wanted,would give them where they the freedom... wanted.
    10. 10. Many tried...Photo cred: techweet
    11. 11. Many tried... ...and failed.Photo cred: techweet
    12. 12. the ced 997 du , 1 tro 10 in h alm Marc il P n nt t o U lo PiPhoto cred: re-ality
    13. 13. the ced 997 du , 1 tro 10 in h alm Marc il P n nt t o ion U lo lut vo g. Pi re tin ff a pu d o com cke ile ki b nd mo A inPhoto cred: re-ality
    14. 14. In 1999, Research in Motion introducedthe first BlackBerry, combining thefeatures of the Palm Pilot with the abilityto send and receive email. eah aL h on S d:~ cre oto Ph
    15. 15. Initially, it was just business users that adopted Blackberry. Photo cred: The Prime Minister’s Office
    16. 16. But today,more than50 millionhave been soldworldwide. Photo cred: shindz
    17. 17. Users affectionately referto their devices as Photo cred: kwolski
    18. 18. Photo cred: sisterbeer And everyone seems to have one...
    19. 19. Photo cred: doug88888This explosion started in 2007 when Apple...
    20. 20. (Remember this?)
    21. 21. ...took another swing.
    22. 22. Since its introduction, almost 100 million iPhones have been sold. Photo cred: abehrens
    23. 23. Photo cred: Rego - d4u.hu Paving the way for Apple’s next big hit: iPad
    24. 24. Photo cred: Ian Muutoo In its first day on sale, the iPad sold 300,000 units.
    25. 25. Photo cred: Ian MuutooAnd is projected to sell more than 28 million by year’s end
    26. 26. This has caused an everyone to jump into the tablet market, including RIM, Acer, Motorola, and Samsung.Photo cred: Clinton Jeff
    27. 27. Photo cred: LiuTao Photo cred: TarynMarie computing has sure changed, hasn’t it?Photo cred: ComputerMonger Photo cred:Yagan Kiely
    28. 28. References• BlackBerry sales figures: http://www.electronista.com/ articles/09/02/05/50m.blackberries.sold/• iPhone sales projections: http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/ article/350491/ iphone_sales_forecast_hit_100_million_by_2011/• iPad sales: http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/ technology/2010-04-04-apple-ipad-sales_N.htm• iPad sales projections: http://www.dailyfinance.com/ 2010/09/09/apple-ipad-sales-projected-to-hit-28-million- in-2011/

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