Take a look at your smartphone. The device you are holding is more powerful than the most advanced supercomputer of the early 90's.
But that's not the only incredible statistic...
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The history of mobile phone goes back to the invention of the - yes - stringed cans in 1664. The world's first commercially available mobile phone in 1983 and the first smartphone (but without apps) was already launched in 1993 . This infographic shows the history and ends with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007. What is the next step ?
During the launch introduction of the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Apple CEO Tim Cook forgot to mention the biggest Apple iPhone feature yet. Last year's modest attempts by the likes of LG and Samsung, introducing their bendable smartphone, have been overruled by a big post-launch surprise, Apple held up it's sleeve!
In case your iPhone does not bend after a week by itself, here's a helpful video, how to 'enable' this hidden feature manually:
Will Apple bite the sour Apple and launch a massive recall of the already shipped units and replace the casings with titanium alloy housings?
Those of you who haven't been invited yet for a #Bendgate-challenge on Facebook, can go ahead and order a 'incorruptible' case, featuring 'Mr Gate' himself, Richard Nixon:
..or buy a decent BlackBerry smartphone and never look back.
As you plan for internet connectivity during your vacation, Citrix would like to share our findings for peak hours of mobile internet usage. For example, finance, weather and news apps are most popular in the morning, mobile video is popular at mealtimes and evenings see mobile subscribers engaging in social networking. For more about how mobile consumers’ usage habits impact the digital highway download the full infographic, or download the detailed reports here.
As mobile applications become a large part of our everyday lives, access to information has never been easier. Literally, the information you are looking for is at your fingertips.
Until recently the options for small business owners used to be limited but as the mobile app marketplace grew so did the number of apps that were focused on helping manage a business. You can now keep an eye out on finances, share sensitive files, or collaborate on documents in a taxi, on the bus, or waiting in line at the grocery store.
What’s more, with bigger and bigger touch screens, faster processors, increased security, and mobile apps, there are not many limitations that remain between what can be done on a mobile phone and your work computer.