July 25, 2010 3 Comments
Since the inception of iPhone, we have been increasingly tapping into the advanced features of our smartphones, according to a new report released by Compete as part of its Quarterly Smartphone Intelligence Survey.
I think part of the reason behind such phenomena is a result of the improvement of the wireless network platforms that carry the data and voice connections, particularly the evolution of 3G and now 4G technology that promises to increase both the speed at which data can be transferred and the amount of information that can be handled per cell site.
This is also fueled in part by a new generation of powerful and popular smart phones which are loosely defined as mobile devices offering more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a basic feature phone.
The survey further shows: Read more of this post