The first mobile phone was produced by Motorola and it was barely portable. In 1973 Motorola launched it's first mobile phone. But now the modern mobile phones support variety of services other then voice calls. By 2014 there are more than eight million mobile phone users through out the world and the count is keep on growing. In 2001 NIT DoCoMo in Japan launched its first pre-commercial network with 3G.
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Where does the public stand with the Internet of Things? It’s focused now on Wearable Tech, especially as Wearable Technology crosses into lifestyle and fashion.+ With that in mind, this infographic appears to focus on where a millennial marketplace will
Tweet I stumbled upon the history of the mobile phone infographic by broadbandchoices.co.uk showcasing the evolution of mobile phones over time. This is no ordinary infographic, it is actually a single page web design that has an old school pixelRead More »
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"The Audio Tooth Implant is a radical new concept in personal communication. A miniature audio output device and receiver are implanted into the tooth during routine dental surgery. These offer a form of electronic telepathy as the sound information reson
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