The Mobile Horizon

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Where are we going with mobile? What's the future hold? How far away is that future? Not very far. Take a look at what's on the horizon, within our reach today.

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The Mobile Horizon

  1. 1. State
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Mobile
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 The
Mobile
Horizon
 November
2009

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 4.3
 billion
 mobile
subscribers
 August 2009 :: http://mobithinking.com/blog/latest-mobile-stats
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 Legacy
 Smart
Phones

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 31% would rather give up sex than their cell phone http://boston.bizjournals.com/boston/stories/2009/10/05/daily22.html
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 The Mobile Web!
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 The
App
Pla<orm
 100,000
 apps
available
 1.5
billion
 apps
 downloaded

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 The Future is Now.!
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 Access stuff anywhere.
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 Access stuff anywhere. Electronic
medical
records
 “could
save
the
industry
 $200
to
$300
billion
a
year.”
 hKp://money.cnn.com/2009/01/12/technology/sNmulus_health_care/

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 Your phone is the thing.
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 Your phone is the thing.
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 Your phone is the thing.
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 Your phone is your brain.
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 We are on the threshold of a revolution that is making the world's accumulated information and knowledge accessible to individuals everywhere, a technology that will link us together into new communities never before possible or even imaginable. James Duderstadt ” The Mi!ennium Project hKp://www.flickr.com/photos/olpc/2596899647/


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