Mobile phone technology has advanced in the speed of neckbreaking, and sometimes it does not even notice it, but a couple of years ago we looked at and saw the integration of new service and competition in the market. "wow" the consumers and get them to pick a specific device. But before talking about the current trends in mobile phones and smartphones, let's talk about the recent development of these devices.
Being my first mobile cell phone – I'd like to tell you a quick story to start this debate.
Your first mobile phones were previously state-of-the-art, but if you saw them today, you will laugh. I actually kept one; a Mitsubishi Transportable. This phone is about six of the cooler sizes you can buy for your toddler, and it was quite difficult because I remember being well over £ 10. Of course this included the battery in a 3 watt phone.
Keep in mind that the lithium batteries at that time were just coming from the assembly line and were quite expensive – there were no such dimensions, only NASA and military use. These original mobile phones feature nickel hydrodes, a reasonably low battery complex for modern mobile phones.
The Mitsubishi mobile phone has a strap on it so you can wear it as a wallet and I often wear it silently until it finally rang and let go of the top, pulled the handset on the phone and started talking. I remember everybody looked like I was a secret CIA agent, working for MI6 and my name was not Lance, it was really James Bond. You see, at that time, not many people had a cell phone and it was very expensive.
One of my first phones was an Audiovox 1000 model that was big enough and in the car for a car phone – a cell phone. The box that ran the Cell Phone was under the seat and there was a cradle holding the headset. The headset had a wiring like a home phone before the cordless phones were. Under the seat, the box is approx. 3 1/2 inches high and 17.1-inch screen with laptop size.
This cell phone or car phone was driven directly to the battery by a few fuses. When I turn on the vehicle, my mobile phone will turn on automatically. If I have switched off the car, the accessory must be placed in the correct position, unless I have left the phone on which the ignition has been released. When the phone rang and actually hit the horn that got in trouble a few times when the horn started off as I pulled behind the police car at an intersection. I have a lot of stories to tell about the first mobile phones in the early days and send me an email if you ever want to have these experiences.
Today's people all consider this to be self-explanatory because you do not know how cumbersome the original mobile phones are or how stupid they have compared to modern, smart mobile phones. Today you get a free mobile phone when you sign up for the service – then you had to pay $ 1000 for a car phone and you need to install at least a few hundred dollars. It was quite a process if you had a stereo system and put an XM radio in your car at the same time, that's how much work was done. So you can easily pay $ 3 or $ 400 for today's workforce. This is definitely something to think about.
If I wanted to talk to someone on the phone while the engine ran, when I turned off the car and moved the key to the accessory position, I would drop the phone out during the transition. However, after my mobile phone had a cell phone, I helped increase my business. At the time I was only 17 years old, I had an airplane agency and aviation search service and I would get rid of the charges when I was an airline I represented. I also had a small airplane cleaning service and was able to get in touch with customers on the vehicle on the airplane line and my crew could call when they finished the job as the local payer was called.
this mobile technology has made it possible for me to make more money and to make competition more effective. Remember, this was the cutting-edge technology, the most up-to-date, and I was – no competition. He was no longer locked into an office, from where I could run my business and give me a lot of freedom. Often, people do not realize how mobile phones were before. Anyone working for a person over the age of 50 will surely find out because he remembers a period when there was no cell phone. It was in the history of the nation's history, where there were payphones at every shopping mall, every gas station, every fast food restaurant, and people always used. Businessmen who did not smoke have spent ashtrays with their coins to stop and use the payphone. They allow them to call customers, customers, sellers, and maintain their business in the office. When mobile phones came in for the first time, they left the Motorola technology of push-to-talk phones for old high-power repeaters, these phones were very large in the army, in the construction industry, and in large corporations.  Since it was the radio technology , worked far beyond the first mobile phones, which should have been within 10 to 15 miles. Nowadays, mobile phones are less powerful than at present, so the average cell tower is 6 miles or less. At that time, mobile phones were powered by three watts, and now with 3G technology the power is below 1W. This is probably good for the human biosystem, as there is less microwave radiation in the brain, less brain damage, brain cancer and other issues. Numerous studies have also taken place, including the Swiss researchers, which seemed to indicate that 3W phones are unacceptable to human health and will slowly cook their brains as a researcher said.
Fortunately for the mobile phone industry they were able to bury most problems and objections, as well as Swiss studies. Although there were studies in the United States, it would be difficult to find research studies and data about brain tumors, brain tumors, and cell phone connections with them. In fact, if you go to Google Scholastic today, it will be difficult to find something that suggests that mobile phones can cause such terrible conditions. Of course, this is still the subject of debate, but we are trying not to talk about it.
Perhaps the mobile phone industry set off with a huge classroom litigation bullet, 3G wireless network and lower performance. you will never know the damage we have caused. However, while talking about the effectiveness of Six Sigma at companies or using modern management techniques in small businesses, no one can deny that increasing communication speeds and reliability are largely the growth in mobile productivity in the 80's and 90's.
At the time when I officially ran between 1000 and 1200 minutes, and although this service was much cheaper than other choices than Iridium Satellite Phones, non-cellular mobile units, because they did not use cell bullets but satellites – you can imagine the costs of the original cells. They did not have unlimited plans, and once paid the notes for each minute on the mobile phone, my account was usually $ 500-800.
The other mobile phone had no cell tower-based phones at the time, push-to-talk, and they came in a brief case – at that time it was considered James Bond. And that's happened in the 1970's, and I remember that because I started my business when I was a 12-year-old washing machine at the local airport. Many businesspeople involved in corporate airplanes were phones of this type. Basically, the rich and famous were business people. They did not work everywhere and should look to the nearest high mountain and install a repeater from a top of the hill that was connected to a landline line and the rest of the system worked together
All this is very interesting and we should consider that many people today never lived when there was no cell phone. They do not know how difficult it was to regain business life in those days when there was really no mobile communication. The same replication systems at the top of the mountains that Motorola owned, or which used Motorola hardware, also managed pagers. These paging systems were very popular for people in call, such as doctors and service technicians. Two-way radios, which are basically the same as two-way push-to-talk briefcase phones, were often used by a dispatcher for companies.
Later, as mobile phones appeared, someone picked up the idea of 1.5 and two-way pagers. Instead of the one-way pager, someone who had the so-called "alpha-mate" tool was able to page and ask a question (with a text message) on that page and the recipient would be able to press a yes or no button, Y or N. and the information will be forwarded to the dispatcher. People really understood this communication very well. And text messages could be sent to the pager user for reading. In reality, these were the first text messages, so the concept of using mobile devices and text messaging is not entirely new.
Two-way text messaging via cellular phones is just a re-introduction of such a technology. When people had mobile phones, they no longer needed to use text pagers and the technology was slammed as the price of mobile phone services was lower as the competition between Sprint and AT & T grew. There were several other smaller regional actors, but the big boys finally bought it.
The mobile phone industry grew so fast in the late 80s and early 90s that it was eventually covered everywhere. Then something really strange happened, the promise of 3G wireless technology was created, and people started moving to the new system. I can tell you this – my first mobile phone was much stronger and worked much better than today's mobile phones.
Sometimes I got a call and there were not so many service areas, there were more dead zones but the signal was much stronger because it was 3W and because a small carrying case ran out of my car or a large battery, it was abundantly able to maintain this the strong signal.
Today when you use your AT & T mobile phone, I often cursed because the service is so bad why I pay for it. In fact, the decline in the productivity of dead zones and the decline in mobile phone calls, I feel like AT & T would pay me. It seems I'm not alone many people feel the same way. However, the 4G wireless network is on its way and everyone will have access to Internet access, allowing e-mails, tweets, videos, and real-time text messaging without using terrestrial lines.
A lot of people do not know when there was no email or internet. And most people who are under 50, we do not remember the time we did not have a fax machine, the reality is that fax machines were created during the first mobile phones. Remember, there was still no internet, no email, and although ARPANET was used by the army, research centers, research centers and top universities, the audience was not able to do that now
Quickly forward today and nobody goes anywhere without a cell phone. Social researchers have observed fewer people in watches. You do not have to watch it because it is a general feature on all mobile phones. Of course, it does not help companies such as Rolex who serve the young, emerging BMW masses if they look around, they will see that young drivers are not wearing hours, and most of our younger generation does not have to wear an hour. It seems that the wristwatch has replaced the pocket watch, and mobile phones seem to be replacing everything. Nowadays people use their cell phones or smartphones to send their e-mails and these same phones work like a PDA, no one delivers day-time designers, though some people do it, from the moment I was 12 years old in my work until the 40 I was in the middle of the years. Maybe I'm telling my age, but sometimes the old habits die hard.
Today, there is no need for many laptops, PDAs, and smartphones. According to your human memory, many psychologists claim that this technology is causing the human brain to come in differently because there are different needs in the world. After all, the best friends are on the speed dial and no longer have to remember the phone numbers. And all your contacts and information are on your smartphone, email program, or laptop.
Computer security analysts are worried that if the system crashes or God forbids an electromagnetic impulse, a neutron bomb or a nuclear device launches in a high mood, it can destroy all electronic equipment, including all cell phones, laptops, televisions, refrigerators and smartphones. Where will it be and rely on your memories and brains that you are born to continue your everyday endeavors – frightening thinking, but perhaps we need to solve this when we look at the development of mobile phones.
our mobile phones have changed the whole dynamics of our society. Disclosure of the use of mobile phones is a question of unspeakable etiquette. There are rules when we can use our cell phones and if we do not know. Issues such as mobile phone driving and the number of automatic deaths that occur when people are driving and talking on the phone at the same time. Significant catastrophes occurred during fabrication while driving a bus or train
The reality is that as our technology evolved, it evolves much faster than the human brain to incorporate everything. Multitasking that we need to get into society and make jobs high and productive, many brain can not cope or adapt quickly enough. And this seems to be a problem if someone can not turn the switch on, but sometimes they try to lead disastrous results.
Smart phones are becoming super-mobile phones that have more and more features. such as the ability to store music like the iPod and the large amount of data like electronic PDAs. These tools are getting higher quality and richer each year. Many people have five to ten gigabytes of data storage. A recent study in the mobile phone industry noted that 90% of mobile phone users never used all the features and did not know how to program them, and even exist on their mobile phones. Most people are not interested in, they use the desired features and the others.
This is a new problem with new technologies, and this is for beta and VHS recorders. What is the old joke, the VCR has many options at home but no one can use them and before we all know that we need to learn these features, the VHS VCR has new DVDs here. Now, cable channels offer boxes that can record more than one program so you can later view or pause live TV shows while you go to the bathroom or go to the kitchen to get something. Some also allow the mobile phone to be used for remote programming.
These are all the common challenges they face and are similar to any new personal tech tools that become mass consumer products. Cell phones and current smartphones are no exception. It is hard to tell the future what kind of new features will be in our mobile phones. The sky is the limit, and the imagination and demand of multiple functions and the more technology is easy to see. Early users of such cell phones and smartphone technologies are willing to spend large sums of money to carry everything. Therefore, these tendencies will continue.
Just to give an example of some of the crazy ideas people come up to for future smartphones. Let me tell you a little quick story.
The online Think Tank is a plan to prepare a PhD or personal health tool that tracks diet – on your cell phone. How it worked was very easy when you were in the store, looking at all the items you bought and stored in the smart phone. Each time you eat one, you can simply choose what you've eaten and stack the number of doses and calculate and track your calories, fat and recommended daily doses in the top five food groups.  Your smartphone would have a scanner system later on, smartphones and later versions of personal healthcare devices will be able to scan products through RFID tags. Your phone can tabulate and even recommend what to eat, how many miles to jog, and what to maintain your diet to meet your personal health goals and weight loss program. Not crazy, no, yes, but venture capitalists love the idea. Just like high-tech smartphone companies, as everyone goes to the competition.
GPS systems can be used with smart phones or cellular high-tech phones (they are currently available) and do not even need to have satellites. If you are in a multi-cell tower area, your position can be triangulated very fast, which occupies an exact position below 10 feet. Ah, you see the problem here too; What about data protection? This is a good point, and this is another matter that people are very worried about the new, state-of-the-art personal smartphone innovations.
Google Phone and social networking are visibly on a horizon. This means connecting your smartphone to all of your board game friends, but apparently Google has caused a bit of a problem and noted that many people are not ready for this yet. It's a fact that many people who are friends on social networks and connect do not want to meet these people in real life, so they are not really friends. And since you really do not know anything about these relationships or friends on your social site, the last thing you want is to know exactly where you are under 10 feet.
This may seem obvious and in the future it may not be a big deal, but people are still a bit paranoid and love their privacy. Meanwhile, more and more articles are read that social networks are bad. People who use social networks to seize other people and also apply to parents who have teens who use social networks on a daily basis, and some who use it on an hourly basis, and many who seem to have a few minutes under.
Another study by mobile users showed 93% predictability for a person based on patterns determined by mobile phones and when connected to a particular local cellular tower. The study found that most people stay in their home within 6 miles. Such forms of predictability are the realities of our society and the operation of individuals – however, it raises all questions that have raised the attention of the Electronic Freedom Foundation and this also affects the question of privacy and paranoia. and people are watching.
Then there is the new trend of intelligent mobs using smart phones and entertainment and meeting at different places at one time. Although these systems are used for entertainment, entertainment and socialization, these types of intelligent mobs can destabilize a society or civilization. See if you are using Tiananmen Square technology if governments are concerned about smart phone technology or the future of 4G wireless cell phones? It should probably be anxious, especially if foreign governments use it to launch mass protests against the normal stable government.
In other words, in the war, the CIA uses corrupt regimes that are enemies in the United States. But you can be sure – the same thing happened in the United States, where perhaps a Communist bastard nation state decided to protest in the United States in our big cities on Mayday. It may be especially true if you use our own technology against us because of all the interconnections it offers. Does this mean that our government must find a way to turn off all mobile phones if something like this happens?
These are all issues to be answered, to understand that the same technology we create to improve our productivity, our society and help our family and friends in their daily lives.
And what happens if our smart phone gets smarter than we do? Some people believe that I already have. Most smartphones now have an artificial intelligence system, such as a text messaging program that guesses which key will press the next or what you are trying to say and recommends filling in the blank. Wording is very fast. This is a very similar technology that Google uses while searching and using suggestions while typing to save time. It's just a kind of artificial intelligence in our smart phones and mobile phones today.
There are many mobile phones that allow speech recognition to dial phone numbers, search for databases, or navigate cell phone screens. The latest smartphones will be able to tell you when you are near Starbucks, then give the GPS direction to find the place. This is of great importance to retailers, advertisers and consumers alike. They are beginning to know their habits and habits. All these technologies are now available and we will see them in the near future. Your mobile phone also becomes a payment instrument linked to credit card information. All this is the technology today
But what about the technologies that are just on the horizon?
We've just seen it at Comdex and CES is introducing the first generations of projection mobile phones, so the videoconferencing enabled cells are phones that allow the other party to see the nearest wall or table. This is obviously followed by holographic mobile phones that were similar to what we saw in the Star Wars trilogy.
All these things will be available in the next five years and will likely be received when they buy one of the high-tech mobile phones in the near future. First, these technologies will pay far more, but these prices will drop as the number of built-in units increases, and as more Chinese buy their first mobile phone, adding another billion people who have such devices. for everyone – considerably!
Until 2025, your mobile phone will have a brain chip in your head and you may think you want to contact you and dial the number and contact them. By 2050 it will be able to think about small devices, brain implantation – perhaps a penny. And those born after them will never know how much time has been to "give thought," just like now, there are many who never know the time when mobile phones did not exist. And since Moore's law seems to be applicable to mobile phones and smartphone industries, we can reduce our dimensions and save energy to run the technology.
In other words, your biosystem will be able to, just like our current human brain, which is approx. 20 W. works with energy and will have an eyelid screen so you can close one eye and browse the web. It's hard to tell what the Comdex and CES Show will look like in Las Vegas in 2025, it's unlikely to be exactly what these exhibitions will look like in 2050. In fact, they may be able to experience these customers in the holographic living room of the video game center.
Using the avatar's virtual halls, you can talk to your avatars and other avatars to explain all the new technologies that are available to you in your new reality, though it is an augmented or fully virtual reality. It seems where we are going, although it is difficult to imagine where we are today. However, I can assure you that in the 1950s people could not imagine how our smart mobile phone developed in this era. Currently, it seems that the momentum in major cities such as Atlanta and Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle, Boston and New York, Miami, and Houston is the 4G wireless network, obviously this will continue. This is the total broadband internet surfing on your smartphone, the ability to watch TV while driving on your mobile. And the next option is to install the television on any screen or flat surface that is nearby or available. Technology is getting stronger, getting smaller, getting smarter and deciding how far you want to go with it.
Maybe I should write a quick e-book on this topic and i could chose the chapters by chapter. this is the development of ominous communication technology and the future of intelligent telephone personal tech tools. Let me know if any interested potential co-creator knows.
We're at the current pace and how fast we go to the Internet, social networks, emails, and television It's hard to tell exactly what it's going to wear in your purse or pocket in the future, but I think this really it's incredible, and in the next ten years, it's hardly imaginable that they know exactly what or what can be done. I hope you should consider it. And contact me if you want to continue discussing it in Online Think Tank.
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