Archive for August, 2012

August 21st, 2012 Networking Site for Mobile Development Professionals

 ... out of trouble when buying Mobile Phones | Mobile, Cell, Smart PhonesAfter its inception, mobile phones have taken the world over in a very short period of time. Right now, you can talk to anyone from any part of the world from almost any other part of the world and watch him or her talking to you live. Still, we have not accomplished even half the potential of these very powerful gadgets.

There are literally thousands of mobile development professionals out there working on ways to create the very next big breakthrough in mobile phones and their other potential uses. If they can interact with each other and brainstorm their ideas among them, then the gadget is certainly going to see a lot of improvement in the very near future itself.

Now, there is a networking platform available exclusively for mobile development professionals from around the globe to interact and brainstorm their ideas and come up with interesting concepts worth developing. Here, they will be able to have some fun as well. (more…)

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August 21st, 2012 What Could Be Next in Cellular and Mobile Computing Products?

The size factor of mobile computing is elusive. There is a goal to find the perfect size of device that will be the crossover point that will serve the needs of those who want phone, tablet and laptop functionality in one device. As processors get more powerful and screen technology gets more advanced, options open up. The next big need to fill is a battery technology that will run bright high definition screens for hours along with a processor running at full tilt while making the batteries even smaller. Just a few years ago the size of the batteries needed to power today’s devices would make them huge by comparison. Power supplies that can be folded into tiny spaces and recharged for many more cycles than previous technology is what makes today’s devices even possible.

Apple has a hit with its iPhone and iPad. Google continues to develop its Android operating system to compete with Apple’s, but has not yet won out in the production of the hardware to run the OS like Apple has. The Kindle Fire proved that there is a huge market for a content consumption device. (more…)

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