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Prospects of mobile Search
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  • Ingeniería eléctrica, electrónica y automática
The mobile base will reach nearly 5,000 million subscribers worldwide by 2012. By the end of 2013, broadband mobile connections (3G, 3.5G+) will account for more than half of all connections and 40% of all subscribers will be using mobile internet. In other words, mobile communications, which are already used by three quarters of the world population and will soon reach each and every person, are rapidly evolving to become providers of ubiquitous broadband connectivity. Their widespread adoption will lead to an explosion of mobile content and applications, and is expected to be one of the mega trends that will shape the internet of the future. Numerous examples illustrating this trend could be provided: new entertainment content produced and personalised for the mobile environment, productivity applications for mobile workers, or health and education mobile solutions to increase quality of life. In addition, some Web 2.0 models are already being transferred to the mobile environment since the mobile device is `a means of harnessing collective intelligence at the point of inspiration¿.
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  • Autor: Claudio Antonio Feijoo Gonzalez (UPM)
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