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Top 5 smartphones to end 2012 ~ Grease n Gasoline

Top 5 smartphones to end 2012 ~ Grease n Gasoline | Finance for IB DIploma | Scoop.it

top 5 smartphones to end 2012- Apple iPhone 5 , Samsung Galaxy Note II , Samsung Galaxy S III , HTC 8X , Nokia Lumia 920 - ZDNET
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Joss Lima Glvn's curator insight, April 13, 2013 4:44 PM

El top de los cinto smartfhones al final del año pasado(2012) una recopilacion de los telefonos celulares con las mejores caracteristicas, entre ellos el samsung galaxy s3 con un procesador quad-core y una memoria ram de 1Gb y el esperado iphone 5 con su pantalla ahora de 4" y un procesador de doble nucleo, camara de 8mp, y el tan esperado "Siri".

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Teens favor Apple's iPhone over other smartphones, survey finds

Teens favor Apple's iPhone over other smartphones, survey finds | Finance for IB DIploma | Scoop.it
If you think you've seen a lot of teens with iPhones lately, that's because the popular Apple device may be owned by nearly half of all U.S. teens, according to a new survey.

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Teenagers & Smartphones: How They're Already Changing The World

Teenagers & Smartphones: How They're Already Changing The World | Finance for IB DIploma | Scoop.it
The rapid embrace of smartphones by teenagers will likely have significant and lasting repercussions for the web, the browser, the PC - and all that these touch.

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Don Dea's curator insight, April 11, 2013 1:28 AM

The shift to mobile internet use changes the ways teens access information and creates new challenges for parents who wish to monitor their children’s Internet use. Given bandwidth constraints and the fact that many websites are not yet optimized for mobile devices, teens who access content primarily on their cell phone may have to work harder to get important information.  On the other hand, for parents who may wish to restrict access to their children’s exposure to certain kinds of content online, mobile devices can make it more difficult for parents to use the passive monitoring strategies they tell us they prefer, instead requiring more technical solutions.