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Can one device do it all?

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A review of handheld devices - where they've been and where they are heading

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Can one device do it all?

  1. 1. Angela Hey Techviser amhey@techviser.com Technology Columnist The Mountain View Voice
  2. 2.  Device Designers ◦ What do I include, what can I leave out? ◦ Will my product be cannibalized by a new one?  Application Designers ◦ What resources can I use in my apps? ◦ Which platform should I choose?  Users ◦ What should I buy? ◦ How long will it last? ◦ Will the price come down?
  3. 3. Pioneering Technology
  4. 4. 35 Years Later HP 35s Source: HP Source: John Wolff’s Web Museum
  5. 5. Source: http://www.old- computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=900
  6. 6. Source: http://www.mac-history.de/allgemein/2008-05- 25/power-macintosh-6100-und-newton-message-pad- 110
  7. 7. EO Personal Communicator 440, 1993 Source: Computer History Museum, Gift of Rob Carr
  8. 8. Source: Digibarn Computer Museum Gift of Ed Satterthwaite
  9. 9. Apple QuickTake 100- 1994 Source: Cnet
  10. 10. Nokia 9000 Communicator – 1996 Sources: The Register, 2nd August 2007 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/08/02/nokia_new_coke/ Photo http://www.freelance-writers.org/?p=222
  11. 11. “…as a device to carry data, the Rex was second to none... and it spared me many pounds of luggage on many occasions...” Source - http://disruptormonkey.typepad.com/monkey/dead_technology/
  12. 12. Source: PDAdb.net
  13. 13. Source: HP
  14. 14. Source: Ars Technica
  15. 15. EyeFi Cards in 2010 Source: EyeFi
  16. 16. What devices do people use
  17. 17. Source: Comscore Oct 2010 http://www.comscoredatamine.com/2010/10/japan -mobile-users-most-likely-to-access-browser- and-apps/
  18. 18. Source: Nielsen, State of Mobile Apps, Sept 2010 Categories of Apps used in the Past 30 Days by Smartphone and Feature Phone Users
  19. 19. Source: Nielsen, State of Mobile Apps, Sept 2010 Most Popular Apps used in the Past 30 Days on Different Platforms
  20. 20. 0 200000 400000 600000 800000 1000000 200920102011201220132014 MobileDeviceOSShipped ToUsers‘000s Other Windows iOS/Apple RIM/Blackberry Android Symbian Note: 2012 and 2013 numbers are interpolated. Source: Gartner and Betanews Sept 2010
  21. 21. What Can You Do?
  22. 22. September 17, 2009 Ms. Jen says: I am a one device kind of girl. I carry a small purse and I want one phone with a great camera, an internet connection, and if it must ring then so be it… Source: Nokia Conversations
  23. 23. Source: Nokia
  24. 24. Source: Sonic Mule, Inc. Apple App Store
  25. 25. Airport Remote Monitor Source: Sojern on Apple App Store
  26. 26. Source: Apple App Store and Bill Atkinson Photography
  27. 27. "Mobile phones give you 5 billon points of presence in the market--the opportunity is huge," John Dick, SVP and CIO Western Union Oct 2010 Source: CTIA Enterprise and Applications 2010
  28. 28. Bank of America – Mobile Banking Source: BofA on Apple App Store
  29. 29. Source: Apple App Store, Starbucks
  30. 30. Source: Android Marketplace
  31. 31. Source: Google Source: Vouchar in Android Market
  32. 32. Source: Modula In Android Market Source: Highway North Interactive In Android Market
  33. 33. What Can You Do?
  34. 34. Source: Nokia 9/16/2009 - http://conversations.nokia.com/2009/09/16/how-many-phones-do-you-carry/ September 17, 2009 10:26 am Saami Matloob says: …its a hassle to carry three or two phones at a time leave alone four as mentioned in the poll. I use three phones.
  35. 35. New Inventions
  36. 36. Source: http://www.hardwaresphere.com/2010/03/17/solar- vest-a-wearable-solar-charger/
  37. 37. $29.99 from Mattel
  38. 38. Source: http://www.66mobile.com/devices/futuris tic-cellphone-concepts.html
  39. 39. Victorinox Presentation Master 2010 Source: Steffen Müller/Victorinox Victorinox Swiss Champ Source: Victorinox
  40. 40. When Can One Device Do It All?
  41. 41.  Business Exec ◦ Multiple devices - home/work, netbook/tablet  Soccer Mom ◦ Simple, light device  Teenager ◦ Messaging, entertaining device  Photographer ◦ Wants real camera  Hiker or Biker ◦ Needs power, light device
  42. 42. We could share a phone? Can I have my own?

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