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What is the future of mobile computing? - Curiosity

What is the future of mobile computing? - Curiosity | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
Mobile computing will feature devices with different form factors that can connect online from anywhere. Learn more from Curiosity.com.
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Check the videos given in the above article. In the videos, world's most known person in the field of technology, talks about the future of mobile computing and there limitation.

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The next big thing in tech: Augmented reality - CNET

The next big thing in tech: Augmented reality - CNET | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
The wearable revolution is heading beyond Google Glass, fitness tracking and health monitoring. The future is wearables that conjure up a digital layer in real space to "augment" reality.
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This post is about the current integration of Augmented Reality in mobile technology. It describe that the further development in Augmented Reality could change the future of mobile technology forever.

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Phones to drive cars in future of ‘ubiquitous computing’ | Cosmos Magazine

Phones to drive cars in future of ‘ubiquitous computing’ | Cosmos Magazine | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
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This car can be driven by your smartphone. It is under development at Griffith University, which is in the list of top ten research university in Australia.

The key technologies used by this car are-

1) Your Smartphone

2) Radar technology

3) Ladar -Laser Detection and Ranging sensor .

 

I believe that in the coming 10-20 year. This type of car will be the future of transportation.

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In the future, simply holding your phone may charge it up - Digital Trends

In the future, simply holding your phone may charge it up - Digital Trends | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
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In the future, simply holding your phone may charge it up
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Apparently, the Matrix was right. In the future, we all become batteries.
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It sounds very unreal that you could be able to charge your smartphone just by holding it. Researchers found that electrons were exchanged between the skin and the STEG material when subjects patted the phone with a palm or tapped it with a finger. This contributes to the generation of electric current; which helps your phone to charge it up.

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Android in 2020: the future of Google's mobile OS explored

Android in 2020: the future of Google's mobile OS explored | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
What will Google's mobile operating system look like in seven years? We gaze into our crystal ball to take a look.
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I have been using an Android phone for the last 3 years. The first smartphone that I brought was Samsung Galaxy Y v2.3. 

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Will we still use mobiles in 20 years?

Will we still use mobiles in 20 years? | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
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Will people still use mobiles in the next 20 years?

Here is the answer - NO.

 

Because in the coming years the integration of information technology will be all around us. Everything will be connected to other devices with a faster communication network. 

For Example  - SmartTV today are so intelligent that they can use your gestures to identify the instruction to be processed.

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Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them.

Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them. | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it

Apple's iWatch Could Charge With Magnets And Sunlight: The tech company is reportedly looking into alternative charging methods to overcome batterysize constraints.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, February 3, 2014 11:41 PM
Interesting point on wearable tech. Fit it has done a good job with this by the way: not only with a 1-2 week battery life time but also by sending you an email reminder when your device starts to be low in power. Wearable tech needs to recharge... while you wear it.
David Johnson's curator insight, February 12, 2014 11:48 PM

wow!!! i want one..

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 13, 2014 5:45 PM

These might be some answers to charging the wearable devices, what do you think?

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Entrepreneur Hopes to Use Interference to Improve the Mobile Internet

Entrepreneur Hopes to Use Interference to Improve the Mobile Internet | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
WebTV's creator thinks his forthcoming wireless technology will give us faster, better mobile Internet access. ... As we spend more of our online time on mobile devices, we'll need new ways to manage wireless traffic.
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Mobile Technology 2011

A short animated video presenting statistics and future predictions about mobile technology. info@stocktown.co.
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Samsung Display concepts and videos show a future where flexible, foldable, transparent displays are everywhere

Samsung Display concepts and videos show a future where flexible, foldable, transparent displays are everywhere | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
Austrian website oled.at unveiled some weeks-old concept videos and images from Samsung Display, previously shown behind closed doors on Samsung's annual Analyst Day (November 6) in Seoul. The materials demonstrate futuristic concepts for application of the now familiar flexible OLED display technology in everyday life...
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this posts talks about the future of mobile phones display in coming year. As given in the post, these touch screen display will be flexible, foldable and transparent. Samsung is already doing a great job in developing such type of screens.According to the given information/prediction in the article, Samsung is working on the concept of making any solid surface a color display.

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The future of iPhone: how Apple's handset could evolve

The future of iPhone: how Apple's handset could evolve | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
The tech advances being developed now that could find their way into your next Apple phone - or the one in a decade's time.
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This post has some detailed information about the expected future of Apple smartphones.

The technology described in the post includes -

1) The development of 4G technology.

2) Improved connection ability by introducing new Wi-Fi 802.11ac

 technology.

3) Near-field communication (NFC) technology.



There is an interesting topic for wireless charging given in the article. It describes the ability of wireless charging technology.


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Your Smartphone in 2018: 15 Futuristic Features

Your Smartphone in 2018: 15 Futuristic Features | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
From bendable screens to eye scanners, here are 15 smartphone features to expect in the next five years.
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The lines given below are extracted from the above post to highlight the future innovation in mobile computing. You can found about them in more detail in the given article.

Seamless Wi-Fi Everywhere -

By 2018, you'll be able to leave your house, travel to an airport, get on a plane and land in a foreign city — and never lose your Wi-Fi connection.

 

LTE Advanced/5G  -

According to an International Telecommunications Union report, connection speeds attained by LTE Advanced will be akin to connecting a fiber-optic cable to your smartphone and will produce speeds 100 times faster than 3G while using far less bandwidth.

 

Wearable Designs -

In 2018, smartphones will be two-piece systems: a "CPU," maybe imbedded in something you already wear — your shoes, a belt, a watch — or clipped to your clothes. 

 

Indoor Positioning (IPS) -

 In five years, you won't need to locate a facility map to find out You Are Here. Instead, you'll use your phone to not only find where you are, but to get directions to where you need to go within a mall, megastore or otherwise intimidating building complex.

 

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A Future Of Mobile Computing – SimplicityBliss

A Future Of Mobile Computing – SimplicityBliss | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
Creativity, Productivity & Tech mixed to explode
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3 Of The Biggest Changes Coming To Mobile Technology This Year - High Tech Point

3 Of The Biggest Changes Coming To Mobile Technology This Year - High Tech Point | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
The year 2014 is set to be an exciting one for mobile technologies. From the impressive range of new technologies and devices Mobile Technology This Year
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This article talks about the current and future development in the three of the major field of mobile technology - cloud storage, voice recognition and biometrics.

Although, these technologies still exists now. But, there are more functionality expected in theses fields of research.

Read out the article and get more information.

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13 future mobile technologies that will change your life

13 future mobile technologies that will change your life | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it
These disruptive technologies will change how you work, play and communicate when you're mobile. Many believe it's not a matter of
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This article covers information about the 13 future mobile technologies that will change our life. I think that these topics are very important to consider - 

1)Mobile Wimax

2)Multihope relay network

3)Miniscule, less power-hungry mobile chips

4)Foldable display

5)Centeralized storage - Cloud computing

6)Mobile commerce

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Finally a smartwatch that looks smart?

Finally a smartwatch that looks smart? | Mobile Technologies | Scoop.it

Gábor Balogh is a freelance designer from Hungary who, like many of us, wants an attractive, watch-like watch that just happens to be smart. The difference between Balogh and the rest of us is he went ahead and designed an interface he believes could enable regular watch designs to include a full bevy of smart features.


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This is one of the best article I found on internet. It explain that how can be a normal wrist-watch converted in a smart-watch. Which will have all the mobile computational power. This watch could have maps, internet, media and internet capabilities.

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HighTechDad's curator insight, March 10, 2014 11:08 AM

I agree that current smartwatches actually look ugly. Getting better, but these conceptual designs give me faith!

Arthur Charles Smith's curator insight, March 11, 2014 6:39 PM

Wearable technology is not just a cool idea. It's no longer bulky and unappealing, it's sleak and it's fashionable.

Jack Barfoot's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:15 AM

Looks a good Idea but what are the flaws

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Flip Phone - The future of smart mobile devices

http://www.netbooknews.com - A reflection on What it means to be creative. Original music by Palmer Taylor blackdoveaudio.com Featuring the Flip phone. Flip ...
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