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Communication presentation
Communication presentation
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Communication presentation
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Communication presentation
Communication presentation
Communication presentation
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Communication presentation
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  • 1. HOW TECHNOLGY HAS CHANGED OUR LIVES Cell-Phones & Game-Systems
  • 2. Cell-Phones  Have allowed us the ability to stay connected to the world no matter where we are.  Can you imagine a day when you are without your phone?.. Could you survive?  There actually was a time when this was the case but fast evolution of cell-phones have led us to where we are today.
  • 3. MicroTAC 9800x First manufactured in 1989 Introduced a new innovative flip design Was at first an analog phone then GSM-compatible This phone set a standard design that has been followed
  • 4. Motorola International 3200 Introduced in 1992 The first digital hand sized mobile phone to hit the market in 1992 Could not show much information because of small dot matrix LCD Contained in total 21 buttons on the key pad Shaped in “brick style”
  • 5. Motorola starTAC It was released in 1996 The first ever clamshell flip mobile phone One of the first cell phones to be popular, 60 million StarTac’s were sold The starting price for a starTAC mobile was $1,000 First cell-phone that was light weight and easily portable
  • 6. Nokia 9110i Introduced in 1998 This phone could do much more than ones before: play games, alarm clock, calculator, calendar, and to-do list Still there is no color on the screens and no option for vibrate mode
  • 7. Ericson R380 Released in 2000 The first phone to use Symbian OS Symbian OS is the operating system used for a majority of mobile devices Very sophisticated interface with a touch screen Became one of the more popular phones in the country
  • 8. Motorola Razor V3 Introduced in 2004 Sold more than 110 million units all across the world Contained a well developed camera, 10 MB of memory, and internet connection The lightest cell-phone made to date
  • 9. Sidekick LX Introduced in 2009 The phone has the sharpest screen and best attributes that include: support for personal email, SMS, MMS, and instant messaging techniques The camera is a 3.2 megapixel camera and video capabilities which allow users to upload pictures from their phones to the internet
  • 10. Numbers Don’t lie 1990 - Cell-phone subscribers-- 12.4 million 2010 - Cell-phone subscribers-- 4 billion
  • 11. Video Games Can you imagine our lives without all the major gaming systems we love? It is truly amazing to see the advancements that have taken place since 1990.
  • 12. GameBoy Released in 1989 It was the first handheld gaming console 8-bit CPU and highest selling game was the hit “Tetris” In 2002 a color version of GameBoy was made It played both of games and new ones (32,000 color LCD screen)
  • 13. Super Nintendo Entertainment System Released in 1991 Started off slow but eventually became the top selling 16 bit system in the US (beating Sega) Famous games: Donkey Kong Country, Super Mario Bros., and Metroid.
  • 14. Playstation Released in 1995 First 32-bit video game and with the use of CD-ROM technology the price of games dropped significantly. Popular games included: Gran Turismo, Crash Bandicoot, Twisted Metal, NBA Live, and Area 51
  • 15. Nintendo 64 Released in 1996 and last system created to use cartridges The cartridges store games much better than the CD- ROM’s on Playstation Big Games: Super Mario 64, Mario Cart, Ken Griffey Jr. Slugfest, and Goldeneye
  • 16. PlayStation 2  Released in 2000  First 128-bit system and could double as a DVD player  Begins the rise in online gaming play  Big Games: NBA Live, Grand Theft Auto, and Madden.
  • 17. XBOX  Released in 2001  Microsoft’s first video game system to penetrate the market  Not popular a first until the release of Halo, one of the most popular titles in video gaming history
  • 18. Nintendo GameCube Released in 2001 Nintendo’s first gaming system that does no use cartridges. The discs used were much smaller than that of DVDs. Big Games: Mario, Zelda, and Metroid
  • 19. PlayStation Portable Released in 2005 Features wireless capability, great game playing quality, and photo/digital media storage Mimics a miniature PC
  • 20. PlayStation 3 What do you know about PS3 and what are your favorite games?
  • 21. Nintendo Wii  How many of you have a Wii? What are some of the advantages that make the Wii gaming experience better than the others.
  • 22.  Video************

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