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How the iPad Can Transform Classroom Learning

How the iPad Can Transform Classroom Learning | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
Ben Johnson served as an administrator in large and small schools, and at a charter school. He was the assistant superintendent of the Natalia Independent School District where he helped bring a
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Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses | MIT Technology Review

Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses | MIT Technology Review | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
Soft contact lenses could display information to the wearer and provide continuous medical monitoring.
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mobile devices getting even smaller as a contact lens being developed to provide everything that google glass can do

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Circuit training: The amazing evolution of smartphone processors - Nokia Conversations

Circuit training: The amazing evolution of smartphone processors - Nokia Conversations | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
You’ve probably heard of Moore’s Law, the prediction made by Gordon E. Moore, the co-founder of Intel. In 1965, he said that the number of...
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how much mobile phone processors have changed since 1996

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The future of mobile phone cameras – a professional photographer's view

The future of mobile phone cameras – a professional photographer's view | Mobile phones | Scoop.it

insightThe best is yet to come - Read now at Clickonline.com

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An opinion on how mobile phones are going to replace cameras because of the camera technology that is always being updated in mobiles phones is becoming just as good as digital cameras.

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Self-Powered Phone Networks - MIT Technology Review

Self-Powered Phone Networks - MIT Technology Review | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
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Small transmitters, called small cells, will provide much of the capacity for future networks. These small cells might be tethered to small windmills or solar panels and batteries, or even include ...
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A new type of mobile network that could save power and carbon emissions and provide more network coverage around the world especially in developing countries.

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Here's a real close call: Implanting your mobile phone under your skin

Here's a real close call: Implanting your mobile phone under your skin | Mobile phones | Scoop.it

how implanting Misplaced your mobile phone? Why not implant the device into your arm? Metro gets under the skin of the research trying to make it this a reality.

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how implanting phones could be a thing of the future which could help people with pacemakers

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Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say

Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
Looking at historical trends and performance benchmarks, a team of researchers in Spain have concluded that smartphone chips could one day replace the more expensive and power-hungry x86 processors used in most of the world's top supercomputers.
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mobile processors are becoming powerful enough to replace computer processors that will also decrease energy usage

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Smartphone users check their phones an average of 150 times a day - Tech2

Smartphone users check their phones an average of 150 times a day - Tech2 | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
According to new data revealed in the Meeker report, most smartphone users now check their phones a reported150 times a day....
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Information regarding how much a smart phones user uses their phone.

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The future of education in Africa is mobile

The future of education in Africa is mobile | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
United Nation’s mobile learning specialist Steve Vosloo argues phones could be the future of education on the continent.
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This article gives insight on how mobile phones can improve Afica and other developing countries education by providing online ebooks and provide the ability to comment on content and ask questions.

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Mobile devices of the future will get energy from everywhere except the wall socket

Mobile devices of the future will get energy from everywhere except the wall socket | Mobile phones | Scoop.it
This post has been corrected. A busy person's iPhone can chew through plenty of energy in a day, but that doesn’t mean it needs to belly up to the wall trough every time its battery starts running low.* Wireless power won't be here tomorrow, but it's coming. Energy is everywhere, in every action, most of it bleeding...
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A news topic which talks about the future of mobile phones and how they will be able to be charge from thermoelectricity created from the mobile phone itself, piezoelectricity which creates energy from vibration, biomechanical energy which uses bionic devices that use our bodies' motions to power tiny generators and also mobile solar power which uses a panel that creates an electrical current when exposed to sunlight.

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