The Mobile Web
Then, Now and The Future

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Motorola DynaTAC 800X, “The Brick”,
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The Mobile Web: Then, Now and the Future [Infographic]

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There are more than 861,379,152 websites today. And more than 17.4% of the time, mobile devices are being used to access these websites globally. We've entered an age of the Internet of Things. But how did the mobile web begin?

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The Mobile Web: Then, Now and the Future [Infographic]

  1. 1. The Mobile Web Then, Now and The Future 1983 Motorola DynaTAC 800X, “The Brick”, becomes the first cell phone to be commercially sold. 1992 The Internet is born. Tim Berners-Lee launches the first website 1994 IBM introduces the IBM Simon, the first PDA and smartphone known as the “G.I. Joe Walkie Talkie”. 1999 “Internet in Your Pocket” NTT DoCoMo launches i-mode and for the first time ever mobile devices have access to the mobile web. 2003 Research in Motion (RIM) launches the first BlackBerry considered to be a smartphone with with email support, web browser support, QWERTY keyboard and thumb track-wheel. 2007 Apple announces their first iPhone and revolutionizes the world of smartphones. 2008 The race between Apple and Android officially begins. Android 1.0 launches on the HTC Dream as Apple introduces the Apple App Store. 2010 Ethan Marcotte coins the term “Responsive Web Design” The word “App” becomes the Word of the Year Android’s market share officially surpasses BlackBerry 2012 17.4% Android makes up 76% of the mobile market Apple makes up 18% of the mobile market 18% 2013 “The Year for Responsive Web Design” 76% Mobile web traffic accounts for 17.4% of web visits globally Google launches Product Listing Ads (PLAs) on mobile devices Total Android app downloads surpasses Apple Today As of Jan 2014, there were 861,379,152 websites There will be more mobile devices on Earth than people Beyond Make Everything Smart: The Age of Smart Wearable Devices Display glasses, contact lens, smartwatches, homes and more to come. Get the latest on Web technology And be ready for a mobile future blog.thelevel.com Sources: • ttp://blog.appsfire.com/1-million-apps-ios-android/ h • ttp://www.ibtimes.com/smartphone-evolution-ibm-simon-samsung-galaxy-s3-697340 h • ttp://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/1st-website-ever-restored-to-its-1992-glory-1.1350832 h • ttp://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/bibuxton/buxtoncollection/detail.aspx?id=40 h • ttp://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/mobile-computing/18/341 h • ttp://www.bbscnw.com/a-short-history-of-the-blackberry.php h • ttp://www.americandialect.org/app-voted-2010-word-of-the-year-by-the-american-dialect-society-updated h • ttp://searchengineland.com/only-6-of-top-100-fortune-500-companies-have-sites-that-comply-with-googles-mobile-requirements-164748 h • ttp://www.mobify.com/blog/13-stats-to-convince-your-boss-to-invest-in-mobile-in-2013/ h • ttp://www.smartinsights.com/mobile-marketing/mobile-marketing-analytics/mobile-marketing-statistics/ h • ttp://www.mobilestatistics.com/mobile-statistics h • ttp://mashable.com/2013/08/20/mobile-web-traffic/ h

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