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We all need mobile phone


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We all need mobile phone

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  3. 3. THE GENERAL USING OF MOBILE PHONE <ul><li>As communication devices, mobiles have become an important social technology, supporting what has been called “perpetual contact”. They offer new ways for communication to occur in different kinds of places; by different groups of users too. The mobile is not just a social technology. At the present time, it is also coming-of-age as a central cultural technology </li></ul><ul><li>Mobiles are becoming a crucial element of culture generally. The catalyst is developments associated with the sending and receiving of text, image, audio, and video over the phone. With its neat size, portability, computing data capacity, potential for customisation, and potential for connecting to other devices and networks (through the Bluetooth protocol, for instance), the mobile now jostles with other media - television, newspapers, film, music, the Internet - to bring us our culture and place us in it. </li></ul>
  4. 4. THE FACT OF MOBILE PHONE <ul><li>Around the world, more people have mobile cellular phones than they do fixed phones. This is true of Australia too, where there were 16.5 million mobile phone services in operation as at 30 June 2004. Just as tellingly, perhaps, there were some five billion text messages sent in 2003-2004. </li></ul><ul><li>Artists, film-makers, cultural and new media producers are also engaging with mobile as cultural site and technology. As well as rethinking their work for these new modes of consumptions, they are experimenting with the possibilities of small screen culture. </li></ul>
  5. 5. APPLICATION OF MOBILE PHONE <ul><li>Person-to-person, or peer-to-peer (p2p), short message service (SMS) has led the way - with users popularising a technology seen as an after-thought by its designers. Mobile text has become a widely used kind of writing. SMS is now also commercially widespread, being used for information, alerts, competitions and voting on television programs. </li></ul>
  6. 6. <ul><li>Multimedia content, including multimedia messages, has become a massive area of consumption and marketing. Popular services include ringtones, pictures from camera phones, wallpapers, games, and video downloads. Mobile phone carriers offer their customers services from their own proprietary portal and sites. A premium rate mobile services industry has sprung up. Use of the Internet via mobile devices is finally taking off, whether via the much-maligned Wireless Access Protocol, the avid use of Blackberry, or other portable devices. Even third-generation mobile services, offering videotalk, are slowing gaining customers. </li></ul>
  7. 7. WHY I USE MOBILE PHONE ??? <ul><li>Because, mobile phone is able to connect us with people arround us. Good that friends, family, teacher, etc. For help ease information for my needs, included the personal condition, family condition, and other country. To listen their story of their life story. </li></ul>
  8. 8. WE CAN’T FORSWORN!!!! <ul><li>Personally, I feel mobile phone is a usefull thing. Because, mobile phone gives us easies for known technology progress quickly. Which that, mobile phone use to make easier in making communication, because it’s portable and simply to operate, life tools, entertainment, social network, and freedom. </li></ul>
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