Initially, the mobile phone had limited technical resources. It was used mainly to call, and to send messages. With the development of the Internet, these phones have evolved and moved into WAP phones. Yet, the potential of this novelty has been limited: it has been extended to consultation of the outstanding package, weather, news and other updates. PDAs, in turn, are used to read mail, to organize, but do not have the functions of the phone. How do we talk about the convergence of both worlds? Phones with features of personal assistants or PDAs equipped with mobile phone technology may be the new generation of mobile phones. They combine the advantages of mobile (telephony, SMS, WAP) and those of PDAs. They are called smart phones. The first Smartphone has been developed by IBM in 1992. It contained a calendar, address book, clock, games and the ability to send and read mails. We will study this issue and answer several questions to understand how Smartphones are developed and their features.
[...] At a time when new technologies have entered our everyday life, they no longer intended only for the elite. Technology has become a strategic tool for mass consumption. The Smartphone industry is a good example of the "normalization" of technology within the population. Therefore out a technological innovation it has become essential to remain competitive in the Smartphone market. The competition for manufacturers of Smartphone There are a dozen of Smartphone manufacturers (Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Qtek, Eten, Palm Treo, Blackberry, In Motion, Fujitsu). [...]
[...] The economic environment, meanwhile, represents the market (market conditions, up or down, its actors, its future prospects). The players surround a company with the elements that by their actions affect the operation of the business by competing or pushing it to change its strategies. Which are the major players on the smartphone market? Competitors and general offer The prospects for the smartphone market amplify the establishment of a fierce competition among major global groups. Thus, the major brands that are struggling to gain market share in this promising sector are Nokia, Fujitsu, Sony Ericsson, PalmOne. [...]
[...] It must multiply our protection but without going overboard for not making use of these daunting terminals. The management of Smartphone in the enterprise The financial and administrative management of a fleet of mobile phones includes the park users and lines. Number of companies today wants to more rigorously manage their mobile fleet. Administrative management of the park based on a perpetual inventory of equipment. It is first necessary to know at any time in which the company uses any device. [...]
[...] Regulations, the State In Europe, several standards coexist (the first from the 1970/1980). The GSM standard, then arose from the joint adoption by France and Germany in 1991 a standard second generation (2G digital in the 1990s) in which several countries have already adopted later. Until 1995, the standard TACS- 900 (transposition of the European American AMPS) affected more of subscribers in Europe as the GSM standard, especially because of the accession of the United Kingdom, Italy and from Spain to this standard. [...]
[...] This hybrid device incorporating the features of a traditional mobile phone and a digital assistant can have only one tool in communicating recharge. One device, a single address book, access opportunities to all networks (telephone, web . the Smartphone is definitely versatile and allows itself to access all modes of modern communication. From now on, any information (picture, movie, music, etc . ) can be easily transferred: a device to another, of course, but also from one individual to another and to be freed of traditional physical constraints. [...]
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