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iHub By Joseph / August 14, 2014

The Evolution of Mobile Innovation (Infographic)

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Guest Blog By Ivan Serrano

Once upon a time cell phones weighed 2.2 pounds. That was advanced back in the early 80’s, when a Macintosh was the size of a wall, and owning a cell phone was like owning a shiny new boat. The cell phone had one function: dial another person. Needless to say, a lot has changed since the 80’s. As the tech industry continues to expand, so does our accessibility, and expectations of it. It’s not even possible to own a phone that doesn’t have some additional function anymore. Nor is it possible to not own a phone, really. The evolution of the mobile phone has been nothing short of an educational experience. As phones continue to rapidly advance into mobile encyclopedias of hand-held information, information is increasingly accessible. For businesses looking to target clients – mobile marketing is the new way to go. In fact, according to recent reports, 72% of adults use social networking sites on their mobile phones to access information on companies. As the industry continues to expand, not just nationally but globally, the talk for what’s next buzzes ever louder.

 

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Information Courtesy of: Tollfreeforwarding.com

 

About the Author: Ivan Serrano is a web journalist and infographic wizard from Northern California. Although he covers a variety of topics, he mainly focuses on global business, social media and technology. 

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Author : Joseph

A USIU trained journalist & an aspiring animator Joseph thrives behind the camera. He is a still photography and videography aficionado. Joe is currently the director/editor behind African Tech Bits, an iHub production that features start ups in the tech scene. This Canonite can mostly be seen at the iHub in the company of his Canon 550D.


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