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Lionel Bouchard

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miércoles, 19 de mayo de 2010

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miércoles, 19 de mayo de 2010

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Multimedia Software for Mobile Phones

Mobile phones have developed rapidly over the last 20 years. The early days witnessed a 2 kg device capable of making a phone call, leveraging a software-based communication stack. By contrast, today’s high-end phones can function as navigation systems, mobile TV sets, or 3D surround-sound devices. These mobile devices boot faster than computers and can fall from 2 meters without breaking (most of the time), while their user interface accesses most functions in just a few clicks. Mobile phones and computers also differ on volume: there are around 300 million personal computers sold each year, compared to 1.3 billion mobile phones. Read more »