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  • HTML5

    HTML5 is the fifth revision of the widespread web coding language HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, and the first major revision since HTML4 was released in 1997. HTML5 is still ...
  • WAP

    WAP (Web Application Protocol) refers to a technology designed to make webpages readable on smartphones and other compact web-browsing devices. WAP has gone through two major versi...
  • GPS

    Thanks in no small part to legal regulations on mobile device tracking, global positioning systems, or GPS, is increasingly found in both smart and feature phones. Due to those afo...
  • XHTML

    Certain early smartphones support XHTML webpages, typically at the exclusion of standard HTML. XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language) is, in fact, a member of the XML family ...
  • Flash Lite

    Flash Lite is the version of Flash most often present in mobile devices that support the platform. It allows users to access the vast majority of Flash content on their mobile brow...
  • Flash

    Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is a highly widespread mutlimedia platform that has, for many years, been the dominant means of enriching web pages with interacti...
  • Geo-tagging

    Geo-tagging refers to the process by which contemporary, GPS-equipped handsets can associate a specific geographic location with a photograph. Geo-tagging automatically notes the l...
  • E-911

    E-911, or Enhanced 911, is a set of legislations that enact stringent requirements on mobile service carriers with the goal of improving emergency call center dispatch quality and ...
  • SD (Secure Digital) Memory

    Far and away the most common memory cards used in consumer electronics are replaceable Secure Digital (SD) cards. SD is used by over 400 brands in thousands of models, in products ...
  • Point-and-Shoot

    Since Eastman-Kodak introduced the wildly popular Brownie series of affordable fixed-aperture Bakelite cameras in 1900, the medium of photography has been (relatively) accessible a...

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  • Bluetooth introduced the version 2.0 + EDR core specification upgrade in 2004. Version 2.0’s primary enhancement over the previous core specification is the introduction of E...

  • Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is a highly widespread mutlimedia platform that has, for many years, been the dominant means of enriching web pages with interacti...

  • In October 2011, Android released version 4.0, the first major update for non-tablet mobile devices since Gingerbread (version 2.3), nicknamed “Ice Cream Sandwich.” Ic...

  • Face Detection, sometimes referred to more cheekily as Smile Detection, is an increasingly common feature among digital cameras and cameraphones. Utilizing a general form of techno...

  • Form factor refers to the shape and structure of a mobile phone. There are a handful of common (and a couple less common) phone form factors: The basic phone shape is the bar, som...

  • As the electronic devices in our lives have evolved at an increasingly rapid pace, so too have the ways that those devices communicate with each other. Over the course of the last ...

  • Doubtless you’ve heard the terms 3G and 4G thrown around a lot in the past couple of years. They’re clearly two of the most important buzz-terms for carriers and handse...
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