Mobile technology has been slowing down and sometimes we can not think of it and think back a few years ago and see all the new features of integration and race in the market – race the "wow" consumers and get them to choose a particular device. But before we talk about current developments on mobile phones and smartphones, we're talking about the development of these devices. Then I have one of the first mobile operators – I want to tell you a quick story to start this discussion.
My first cell phones were advanced at the time, but if you saw them today, you would laugh. One of them I actually thought; Mitsubishi portable. This phone is about the size of six packet coolers that you could take in your child's football, and it was rather heavy, as I guess it's well over 10 pounds. This was of course the battery pack that could be a 3 watt phone.
Remember that the ion-ion batteries at the time were just coming from assembly lines and were very expensive – they did not exist in this size for anything but NASA and military use. These original cell phones I had was nickel hydrid power, completely inferior battery technology for modern mobile phones.
Mitsubishi Cell Phone has a strap on it so you can wear it like a purse and I often felt very stupid with it, until of course it rang and I unzipped the top, pulled out the handset on the phone and started talking. I can remember everyone staring like I was a secret CIA agent, was working for MI6, and my name is not Lance, it was actually James Bond. You see, at that time there were not very many with the mobile phones and they were very expensive.
Another one of my first phones was the Audiovox 1000 model, which was quite big and it was put in my car, car phone – cell phone. The box that drove the Cell Phone was fixed under the seat, and there was a cradle that held the headset. The headset was wired like it's home phone for a mobile phone. Under the seat was the box about 3 1/2 inches and the size of the laptop with a 17.1 inch display.
This phone or car mobile phone was connected directly to the battery with some fuses. When I turned on the vehicle, Cell Phone would automatically turn on. If I turned off the vehicle, I had to leave it in an accessory with the key in the correct position, unless i discontinued the phone that was completed. When the phone rang and actually hit the corner, which made me trouble several times when the corner went off while I was driving behind a police car stopped at the junction. I have many stories to tell you about all these early days with first mobile phones and you can email me if you ever have an interest in such experiences.
Measuring today all of this, as they do, is not clear how cumbersome the original mobile phones were, or how stupid they were compared to the modern smartphone. Today they give you a free phone when you sign up for a service – again then you had to pay $ 1000 for a car mobile phone and as much as a few hundred dollars to set it up. It was quite a procedure, if you have stereo and XM radio installed in your car at the same time, it's about how much work it took to do this. Therefore, you can easily pay three or 400 dollars in the labor market today. There is definitely something to think about.
If I was talking to someone on the phone while the engine was running, if I turned off the car and moved the key to the accessory, I would lose a call when I scored it in that transition. However, having a mobile phone in my car helped me expand my business. At that time, I was only 17 years old – I had airplane and flight crew services and I would pay for a plane I sent for the sale. I also had a small airplane service and was able to contact customers from my vehicle on the flight line and my crews could call me when they were working as if they would use a local handset to call me.
Thus, these mobile technology allowed me to earn more and keep on going more efficiently than the race. Remember that when it was outstanding technology, it was the most perfect and I had it – the race did not. No longer I was stuck in an office, I could run my business anywhere and that allowed me a lot of freedom. Often people today do not realize what it was like for mobile phones. Those who are in business now over the age of 50 realized that they remember when there were no cell phones.
This was a period in the history of the nation, where phones were paid at every shopping center, any gas station, outside of a fast food restaurant, and people used them all the time. Business People who did not smoke filled their ashes with a coin so they could stop and use the phone. This allows them to call customers, customers, sellers and maintain their business activities in the office. When mobile phones first came into the game, they moved the old Motorola technology of telephonic telephone telephones, these phones were very big in the military, the construction industry and all the managers of large companies had them.  As this was the radio technology, they worked beyond the first mobile phones that needed to be within 10 to 15 miles of clothes. Today, the mobile phones are less electricity than they were back then, so the average cell tower is 6 miles or less apart. On the other hand, the mobile phones were powered by three watts and now with 3G technology, the power is below 1 W. This is probably good for the human resource system, as it is putting less brain tumor into the brain, fewer brain tumors, brain cancer and other issues. There have been many studies since several were with Swiss scientists who seemed to indicate that the 3W phones were completely unacceptable to human health and they could cook the brain as one researcher said.
Congratulations, for the mobile industry, you could figure out most of these problems and protests, as well as research that Swiss did. Although there have been studies in the United States, you may find it difficult to find these research and data on brain tumors, brain cancer and their relationship with cell phones that people used. Indeed, if you go to Google Scholar today, you must be hard pressed to find something that would suggest that cell phones could cause such terrible situations. This is, of course, okay for discussion, but we do not try to talk about it.
Maybe, by going to 3G wireless and lower power, the mobile phone company looked like a lot of issues and we can never know the damage we had caused. Nevertheless, when we talk about Six Sigma's efficiency in companies or with modern management technology in small businesses, nobody can deny that increased communication speed and reliability are a major factor in increased productivity in the 80's and 90's for mobile phones.
At that time, I was literally running 1000 to 1200 minutes a month, and although these services were much cheaper than other options, such as Iridium Satellite Phones, mobile phones that are not mobile phones, because they did not use a cell tower, but a satellite – you can imagine the cost of elements. They did not have an unlimited plan and once in a minute, you paid the premium per minute on that mobile phone, my account was usually $ 500 to 800 or more.
The other cell phones at that time were not a cell tower-based phone, they were push-to-talk and came in short – it was completely thought of James Bond at the time. And it was back in the 1970's and I remember it because I started my business when I was 12 years old washing machines on site. Many of the businessmen who had a corporate plane had these types of phones. They were basically a rich and famous business partner. They did not work everywhere, and you had to have a fairly high perspective on the next high mountain, and this mountain had to have a repetition device on top of what was connected to phone lines and the rest of the system worked with landlines.
All of this is very interesting and we have to consider that many people today never lived when there were no cell phones. They have no idea how hard it was to run a business back in those days when there was actually no mobile communication. The same repetition system on top of the mountains that Motorola owned or who used Motorola hardware, also controlled pagers. These intercom systems were very popular with people who called, such as doctors and services. Dual radio broadcasting, which basically functions as dual-portable telephones, were used by messengers for companies very often.
Later, as mobile phones came into play, someone came to the idea of 1.5 way and bilateral pagers. Instead of one-sided skewers, anyone who had what is known as "alpha-shot" device somewhere and asked the question (by text) on that page and the recipient could press the keys for yes or no, Y. or N. and this information would be sent to the sender. People actually got a pretty good deal in this way. And you could send text messages for the user that the phone should read. In reality, this was the first text message, so the idea of having a mobile phone and using text messages is not all new.
Cross-text text messages through mobile phones are merely a reader of this similar technology. When people had mobile phones, they no longer needed to use textbooks, and this technology was leapfrogged as the price of mobile phone technology was lower as competition increased between companies like Sprint and AT & T. There were many other regional smaller players, but they were finally bought. of the big boys.
The phone companies grew so fast in the latter part of the 80s and early 90s. Finally, there was a discussion about everything. Then something strange, the promise of 3G wireless came into play and people began to switch to the new system. I can tell you this – my first cell phones were much more powerful and worked much better than cell phones today.
Sometimes I dropped a call and did not have as many service areas, yes, there were more dead areas, but the signals were much more powerful because it was 3 W and then it got out of my battery or a large battery pack in a small booklet, it had enough force to maintain that strong signal.
Today when I use my AT & T mobile phone, I'm often cursed because the service is so bad, I wonder what I'm paying for it. In fact, the loss of productivity from the dead areas and the dropping calls, I feel like AT & T should pay me. Apparently I'm not alone, many feel the same way. Nevertheless, 4G is wireless and everyone will change it so that they can access the internet, enabling them to make e-mails, tweets, videos and text messages in real time without using landlines.
Good people have not known about time when there was no email or internet. And most of today's business, under the age of 50, do not remember when we did not have fax machines, it's the case that fax machines came in play for the first time. Imagine, there was still no internet, no email, and although ARPANET was used by the military and thinkers, laboratories and universities, it was not really accessible to the public in the way we now have it.
Fast forward today and now nobody goes anywhere without mobile phones. Social scientists have noted fewer people with wristwatches. They do not need a wristwatch because it is standard on all mobile phones now. Of course, this does not help companies like Rolex, which provides a restaurant for the young crowd of the BMW crowd. If you look around you will see that most young executives do not even look at the watch and most of our younger generations. Also take a look.
It seems that the wrists change the flashlight and the mobile phones seem to change everything. Now people are using the phone or phone to make their e-mail, and those same phones work like PDAs, no-one's daycareers anymore, though some do that, I might even be underestimated from using a daily schedule from the time I was 12 years old My business until I was in the mid 40's. Maybe I'll never age, but sometimes you'll die old habits.
Today, with many laptop laptops, PDAs and smartphones, it seems nothing of what other things need. Among the smaller people, many psychologists say that this technique causes the men to turn differently because there are different needs that arise in the world. After all, all your best friends are on the speed dial and you do not need to remember a phone number anymore. And all your contacts and information are on your smartphone, in your email application or on your laptop.
Security Security Officers are concerned that if the system collapses or God forbids electromagnetic pulse, neutron bombs or nuclear power equipment is installed high in the atmosphere, it could destroy all the electronic devices, including all your cell tower, your laptop, your TV, fridge and smartphone. Where will you be, and you can count on the memory and brain you were born to keep on your daily work – a scary thought, but perhaps we need to deal with this when we consider mobile development.
Today, our mobile phones have changed the whole community's dynamics. There are insignificant signs of speech about the use of mobile phones in the public. There are rules when we can use our mobile phones and whenever we can not. Issues such as driving with the mobile phone and the amount of auto-death that occurs while people are driving and talking on the phone at the same time. There has been a major disaster as a result of text messaging when driving on a bus or carrying out a train.
The fact is that our development has evolved will develop much faster than the brain can do it all. Because of the multitasking needed in our society to follow and high speed and productivity that requires jobs, many brains can not cope with or adapt quickly enough. And this seems to be a problem, if someone is not able to make the switch, but they sometimes try to drive with disastrous results.
Our smart phones will be great cell phones that have more and more features, such as the ability to store music like iPod, and a huge amount of data such as our electronic PDA. These devices are becoming high tech every year and they are really rich. Many have five to ten gigabytes of data storage now. One recent survey on mobile phone companies pointed out that 90% of mobile phones have never used all features, and do not know how to program them or even to their mobile phone. Most people do not even care, they use the qualities they want and none of the others.
This is a common problem with new technology and that's something that happened to the Beta and VHS recorders. What's this old joke, there are tons of features on your camcorder, but nobody knows how to use them and before we all learned we need to learn to use these features, the VHS recorder is in the new DVD's here. Now, cable operators offer boxes that can record many shows so you can watch later or listen to live TV shows while you go to the bathroom, or go to the kitchen to have something to eat. Some allow you to use your mobile phone to enable remote applications too.
These are all common challenges that arise and similar problems with new private technology devices that will be mass production. Mobile phones and our modern smartphones are no exception. It's hard to tell the future what kinds of new features our mobile phones will have. The sky is the limit, and imagination and demand for more features and more technology is obviously visible. Early adopters of such mobile phones and smart phone technology are ready to spend big bucks to have all of a sudden device. Therefore, this trend will continue.
Just to give you an example of some of the crazy ideas that people come up with in future smart phones, let me tell you a little, quick story.
with a plan to produce a doctorate or personal healthcare device that accompanies your diet – on your mobile phone. How it worked was quite simple, when you're in the grocery store, you would scan all the items you bought, and they would be stored in your smartphone. Each time you ate on one of these items, you simply chose what you ate and suggested a number of doses, and you would figure out and manage your calories, fat content and recommended daily allowance in the main five food groups.  The smart phone would have a scan system on it, later later versions of this smart phone and personal health device could be scanned products with RFID tags. Your phone could tablet and even recommend what you should eat, how many miles you should jog and what you need to maintain your diet to meet your personal health goals and weight loss. Sounds crazy is not it, yes, it does, but the risky people like the idea. So too, companies that manufacture high tech smart phones today, as everyone is looking to get a jump in the race.
GPS system with smart phone or mobile high-tech phone is quite possible (now available) and you do not even need a satellite to do it. If you are in the area of a few cell turndowns, your location may be triangular fairly quickly, indicating your exact location within 10 feet. Ah ha, you see the problem in this too; What about privacy you ask? It's a good thing and it's another issue that people are really worried about with all these new high-tech, personal smartphone innovations.
Connectivity Google Phones and social connections seem to be on the horizon. That is, connecting your smart phone to all your social friends, but Google found out that Google encountered a little problem and pointed out that many people are not ready for it yet. Indeed, many are friends on social networks and connections, not intended to meet these people in real life and therefore they are not really friends. And since you do not know anything about those connections or friends on your site, it's the last thing you want them to know exactly where you're within 10 feet.
It should be obvious and in the future can not be such a big deal, but people are still a bit too persuasive and they want to enjoy their privacy. Meanwhile, we read more and more articles about the social network that are bad. That is, people who use social networks to stamp other people, and it's also about parents who have teenagers who use daily social networks and some who use them every hour and many that seem to be text a couple of minutes.
One recent survey of user groups was able to get 93% predictability as one could base a pattern determined by their phone and when it was connected to any local cell tower. The study found that most people are within 6 miles from their homes. This pattern of foreseeable is the reality of our society and how we work as individuals – but it leads to all kinds of issues that have brought the attention of the electronic freelance agency and also concerns the issue of privacy and persecution, it catches
Then there is a new trend with smartness groups with their smartphone and enjoy and meet in various places all at the same time. Although these systems are used for fun, entertainment and social, these same types of smartphones have the power to instability of society or culture. Consider whether you will use technology in the White-White square – should governments worry about smart phone technology or future 4G wireless mobile phones? They should probably worry about it, especially if used by foreign governments to protest against what would be a normal, expanding government.
In other words, the use of warfare, the CIA, has brought down corrupt rules that are enemies to the United States. But be sure – the same might happen in the United States where perhaps a communist deceased nation state decided to have a protest in the US in our major cities on Mayday. It could easily happen especially because our own technology is used against us because of all the connections it offers.
- Does this mean that our government needs to find a way to turn off all cell phones if something is like this happens?
- Do they need devices to turn off certain mobile devices from the system, but do the first mobile phones go first for communication?
- And what about hackers who could be able to send out tens of thousands of fraudulent text messages or call a crowd of people in a trap or a riot?
These are all questions we need to answer and we need to understand the same technology we create to improve our productivity, our community and help us in our daily lives with our families and you can also use friends against us.
And what happens when our smartphones get better than us? Some believe, like me, that they already have. Most of the smartphones today have an artificial intelligence system within them, such as text messages that indicate which keys you are pushing next time or what you are trying to say, and it invites you to fill in the box. Make the text very quick. This is a very similar technology that Google uses when you're looking and offering recommendations as you enter to save you time. This is just one form of artificial intelligence in our smartphone and mobile phone today.
There are many cell phones that allow you to use speech recognition to dial a phone number, search a database or browse the screen on your mobile phone. The latest smartphone will tell you when you're in proximity to Starbucks and then give you GPS instructions to find that location. This is of great importance to retailers, advertisers and consumers. They will begin to know your patterns and practices. All of these technologies are available now and we will see them in the near future. Your mobile phone may even become a means of payment, hooked on your credit card information. All of this technology exists today.
But what about technology right across the horizon?
We have recently seen Comdex and CES shows first generation projectors, that is, phones that allow you to send to another person on the next wall or on board so you can watch. This will obviously follow holographic mobile phones similar to those we saw in Star Wars starred.
All these items will be available in the next five years and you will probably have them if you buy one of high-tech mobile phones in the near future. The beginning of this technology will cost a lot extra but these prices will come down as the number of units built up and like more Chinese also buys their first mobile phone and adds to other billions of people who own such a device and bring it down to everyone – considerable!
By 2025, your mobile phone will have a full chip in your head and you may think that you would like to contact someone and it will call the number and contact them. By 2050, you must be able to make thoughts with small devices, stroke – perhaps less than dime. And people born after that will never know when "thought transfer" did not exist, just like now there are many who have never known when cell phones did not exist. And since Moore's laws also seem to apply to mobile phones and smart phone industry, we can expect size reduction and power reduction to drive this technology.
In other words, your life system will strengthen your brain cell phone chip, as it does the current brain that works a maximum of 20 W. of energy and you will be able to have an eyelid screen so you can close one eye and browse the Internet. It's hard to tell what Comdex and CES Show in Las Vegas in 2025 will look like. It is probably impossible to determine what these performances will look like in 2050. There is actually no show at all, you may be able to experience these performances in your holographic living room, a video music center.
Moving the virtual showroom of the store using your avatar and talking to other avatars that explain all the new technologies available to you could be a new reality, even if advertised or fully virtual reality. It seems to be where we are going, but it's hard to imagine where we are today. Nevertheless, I can assure you that people in the 1950s could not have imagined how our cell phone cell phone has evolved over this period.
It seems to be very big push in larger cities like Atlanta and Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle, Boston and New York, Miami and Houston toward 4G wireless, obviously, this will continue. There is full broadband Internet surfing on your smartphone, the ability to watch TV when you drive a car on your mobile phone. And next comes the ability to promote that television on any screen or area that is nearby or available. The technology is getting stronger, it's getting smaller, it gets smarter and you have to decide how far you want to go with it.
Maybe I should write a quick book on this subject and explain chapter by chapter, the development of this dishonest communication technology and the future of smartphone technology. Notify me if you know interesting potential collaborators.
At the current speed we are moving and at the speed we connect to the Internet, social networking, email and television is difficult to tell you exactly what you will be moving in the future in a purse or pocket, but I think it will be something that is truly amazing and for the next 10 years it will hardly be possible from this time to know exactly what it will be, or what it could be possible to do. I hope you will consider all this. And contact me if you'd like to discuss this further in the Online Think Tank.
Source by Lance Winslow