Evolution of the Cell Phone- The World’s gone Crazy!
Well, maybe not the world….maybe just me. I have to admit to being a “frequent upgrader” when it comes to cell phones. I’m captivated by the increased capabilities and growing power of mobile devices.
I used one of the early bricks (DynaTAC8000X), and a flip phone. As one of the first iphone owners in 2007, I was later able toshare with Steve Wozniak my love for the device, and he agreed when I suggested it was “the greatest invention since the cotton gin”.
Over time, I upgraded to versions 2 and 3 of the iPhone, before accidently dropping it and requiring a replacement. My intention was to wait for the iPhone 5, so I decided to try the Samsung Galaxy in the interim. Now, I’m a convert and can’t see myself going back! LOL
Apple vs Droid
Apple or Droid? Which is Better? This discussion is now part of my proverbial “Argument Starters”, alongside of Religion, Politics, & Child Raising. It seems that emotions–rather than reason, drive people to passionately defend whatever it is that they own. A credit to advertising and brand loyalty, for sure!
I’m not going to proselytize for a position on either because as a tool, it should perform the functions you require and to operate the way you want in your daily life.
The data surrounding research, advancements, and business uses for mobile devices clearly point to a future where mobile learning will be the dominant form factor. I’m excited about the potential for teaching and mobile learning (mlearning).
Looking at the following infographic shows how fast the industry has evolved and point to exciting developments in the near future!
I put this video together in a little under a week for the Mobile Learning (iPhone) conference hosted at ACU in February of 2009. People from all over the world came in to learn how ACU is implementing the new idea of mobile learning in the classroom and other methods.
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Bond University documented a significant improvement in student success after implementing Blackboard Mobile Learn. Dr. Shelley Kinash, Director Office of Quality Teaching and Learning, presents the research findings that earned Bond University the 2012 Blackboard Mobile Catalyst Award!