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The erra ov the smart phone

The erra ov the smart phone






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      • Ways the smart phone is business ready
      • Problems the world may have with the smart phone
      • Usage Chat
      • Smart phones vs. cell phones
      • Comparison Between the smart phone and the ordinary cell phone
      • Research
      • Conclusion
      • Bibliography
      • Easier printing
      • High Quality Camera
      • Built-in Scanning Capabilities
      • Sophisticated GPS Tracking
      • Standardized Conferencing
      • Video Out-put For Presentation
      • Better security
      • Better Consumption Of Battery Power
      • The smart phone allows one to send and receive e-mails
      • Smart phones allow users to edit office documents and print them
      • Smart phones connect to the internet and have advanced ‘net’ that is as good as a computers internet .
      • Normal sell phones make phone calls
      • Normal sell phones send text messages
      • Sell phones can connect to very basic internet
      • A growing group of people are finding calling less important than being able to send e-mails which is provided by smart phones.
      • The consumer is ready and mature for the smart phone or as nokia call it ‘the multimedia computer ’.
      • The smart phone was already years ahead of the cell phone but has kept on improving ever since.
      • Sill it remains a device that suits the business man better and less of the commercial user.
      • The first smart phone device were much heavier but due to an improvement in the worlds technology this has changed ant they are even extremely light.
      • Smartphone use among college students has almost doubled since early last year, a study researcher at Ball State University found.
      • The study confirms what has become common knowledge: cell phones are almost ubiquitous on college campuses, with 99.8 percent of students owning one or more. But in the national survey of about 500 students—which has been conducted twice a year since 2005—new details emerged on the kind of phones they own and how they use them.
      • Of those phone-owning students, 49 percent now have smart phones, compared with 38 percent last October and 27 percent in February 2009.
      • All industry experts and research firms agree that the sales of Smartphone's will continue to boost among business users and that consumers are increasingly switching to Smartphone's as well. And this is just the beginning since prices of Smartphone's continue to drop.
      • based on Pew's survey of 2,252 adults ages 18 and older that was released on July 7. "The smartphone has really penetrated the mainstream of American society," says Aaron Smith, a Pew research specialist. In the first quarter, smartphones accounted for 34 percent of all mobile handsets sold in the U.S., up from 31 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, according to consultant NPD Group.
      • In the business , the smart phone is the ideal solution
      • They make life easier for the working class as shown in previous slides
      • In a nut shell, it can be said ‘smart phones are the future’
      • It is far much superior to the every day cell phone
      • 1. Truong, K.(2010). Student Smartphone Use Doubles; Instant Messaging Loses Favor. assessed from: http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/student-smartphone-use-doubles-instant-messaging-loses-favor/24876.(assessed on 30.03.11)
      • 2.Meyere, S.(2010). Growing use of Smartphone's benefits social media and Google. assessed from: http://www.searchcowboys.com/mobile/1548. (accessed on 30.03.11)
      • 3. Kharif, O.(2010). Smartphone Use on the Web Goes 'Mainstream‘. Accessed from: http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jul2010/tc2010077_481216.htm . (accessed on 30.03.11).