0- Intro Mobile Computing

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/11 Introduction to Mobile Computing CSE 390 Fall 2010
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5/7/11 The quest for portability
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5/7/11 Car Phone (1956)
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5/7/11 Compaq Portable (1983)
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5/7/11 Apple Macintosh (1984)
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5/7/11 Newton MessagePad PDA (1993)
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5/7/11 Palm Pilot (1996)
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5/7/11 Apple iBook (1999)
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5/7/11 Blackberry Smartphone (2002)
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5/7/11 Netbooks (c. 2007)
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5/7/11 One Laptop Per Child (2007)
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5/7/11 iPhone (2007)
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5/7/11 Android Nexus One (2010)
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5/7/11 iPad (2010)
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5/7/11 What makes a device portable? The upper bound for the device’s dimensions is 8.5 X 11 inches, and about 1 inch thick The device should weigh less than a few pounds, taking into consideration accessories like the power adapter, extra batteries, cables, etc.
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5/7/11 Development Constraints Limited screen size Limited processor power Limited data storage Limited power supply
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5/7/11 execution environments Symbian OS – Nokia, Sony Ericcson Development in C++ using a range of
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Unformatted text preview: compilers • RIM – Blackberry – Development in Java using Blackberry JDE • Android OS – Nexus One, Motorola – Development in Java using Android SDK 5/7/11 SmartPhone Market Share 5/7/11 iPhone Sales 5/7/11 iPad Market Share & Sales Forecast 5/7/11 Android Forecasts 5/7/11 Mobile Market Statistics • 4.5 billion wireless connections exist now • 3.5 billion mobile data connections • 800 mobile networks in existence across 200 countries • Google’s selling 60,000 Android phones a week • Apple sold 3 million iPads in 80 days 5/7/11 Mobile Market Forecasts • Smartphone sales will represent 56% of all phone sales in Europe by 2012 • 1.5 billion mobile Internet users predicted by 2013 • Data traffic set to grow 66 times its 2008 rate by 2013 • 50 billion devices expected to be connected to the mobile network by 5/7/11 Consumer Internet Usage Trends...
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2011 for the course CSE 390 taught by Professor Scarlatos during the Fall '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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