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  • Film 315 Presentation

    1. 1. The Smartphone Revolution by Gabriella Goulding image by Abdulmajeed Al.mutawee
    2. 2. 3 in 10 Americans used a mobile device. image by indi.ca 1999:1999: 3 in 10 Americans used a mobile device.
    3. 3. image by Roozbeh Rokni2009: 9 in 10 Americans used a mobile device
    4. 4. Smartphone ownership in the US: 2011 2015 31% 43% 57%69% Smartphones Other Source: The Nielson Company
    5. 5. Android Apple iOS RIM Blackberry HTC Other 5% 12% 29% 27% 27% Source: The Nielson Companyimage by foxxyz
    6. 6. “on the brink of disappearing” - MaximumTechLandline phones seem to be a thing of the past, with mobile phones taking over. image by MoShotz
    7. 7. Data > Voice “The rule was, ‘Don’t call anyone after 10p.m. Now the rule is, ‘Don’t call anyone. Ever.’” - PAMELA PAULimage by Michael D. Dunn
    8. 8. image by Meredith Farmer Email WhatsApp BBM SMSAre smartphones (along with social media, the Internet, etc.) deteriorating human contact with one another?
    9. 9. image by Jorge QuinterosLuxury What was once a luxury gadget, has now become a necessity...
    10. 10. Smartphones are now“worth the cost, both as acommunications tool and as a status symbol.” - Steve Lohr, the NYT Text image by Chris JL
    11. 11. image by Always Bë Cool
    12. 12. image by gailjadehamilton Blackberry’s were once used for the corporate elite, keeping managers and leaders on top of their business.
    13. 13. image by Hello Turkey Toe“Having aBlackBerry issomething of a crazeand us teens like tofollow suit.” - Megan Smith, The Guardian
    14. 14. Education Revolution “A is for App”image by Jenny Downing
    15. 15. image by ChewbackaNew studies and pilot projectsshow smartphones can actuallymake kids smarter.
    16. 16. “The traditional classroom,where an instructor assigns atextbook, is heading towardobsolescence.” - Brian X. Chen, Wired image by Johan Larsson
    17. 17. The App Phenomenon image by Sigalakos
    18. 18. image by Witer“the Apple iPhone apps storealone generates about $200million a month in sales” - CNBC
    19. 19. Today, there seems to be an app for everything, with 3 billion downloads according to Apple. - CNBC From Angry Birds "the largest mobile app success the world has seen so far") to iBeer (a ‘virtual pint’) image by Ricky Romero
    20. 20. The Smartphone Revolution has been defining in the last decade - for better or worse - and will continue for years to come.image by aresjoberg
    21. 21. REFERENCES http://www.maximumtech.com/12-technologies-brink-disappearing http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/20/fashion/20Cultural.html?_r=1&src=tptw http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/10/technology/10phone.html?ref=technology http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2010/aug/02/blackberry-iphone-sales-technology http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/144/a-is-for-app.html http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/12/iphone-university-abilene/ http://www.cnbc.com/id/34316207/ http://www.cnbc.com/id/34704306http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/who-is-winning-the-u-s-smartphone-battle/
    22. 22. All images are licensed under the Creative Commons Non- Commercial Share-Alike and sourced from flickr.
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