Sunday, September 13, 2009

The Future of Mobile...

Visualizing the future of Mobile Phones from the MOCOM 2020 project.


Bloglifetime said...

[...] Fonte:DailyMobile [...]

Anonymous said...

Cell phones have paved the way for engaged learning, especially iPod Touches and iPhones.

Many schools in UK and other parts of Europe have allowed restricted usage of cell phones in school.

Mobl21 is one exciting app that can allow students access content on their iPod touches and iPhones

Anonymous said...

I signed up for Mobl21 @ as an educator and it works great for me.


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