A smartphone or sphone is any electronic handheld device that integrates the functionality of a mobile phone, personal digital assistant (PDA) or other information appliance. This is often achieved by adding telephone functions to an existing PDA (PDA Phone) or putting "smart" capabilities, such as PDA functions, into a mobile phone. A key feature of a smartphone is that additional native applications can be installed on the device. The applications can be developed by the manufacturer of the handheld device, by the operator or by any other third-party software developer.
This paper reveals how Europeans have significantly increased their use of mobile as a channel to regularly perform both shopping and support functions, with particular spikes in growth in research and purchasing activities.
This free, 64-page guide provides a framework for deciding if you need an EMMS solution, details the capabilities of the leading platforms, and compares offerings from leading vendors. It also covers questions to ask vendors and industry trends - including the rise of mobile, the increasing number of social media networks, and the impact of marketplace consolidation.
Noi di Google ci impegniamo a sostenere questa idea, e non siamo certamente i soli. Milioni di organizzazioni (imprese di piccole e grandi dimensioni, scuole ed enti governativi) hanno già iniziato ad adottare l'approccio "nel lavoro come nella vita".
Since Wi-Fi first appeared in smartphones ten years ago, owners and managers of public places like hospitals, university campuses, and shopping malls have hoped that Wi-Fi would offer a replacement for cell service, especially in areas that are not well-covered by the major carriers. Until recently, there was no universal, multi-operator coverage solution.