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Relevent mobile learning sites

Mobile learning sites http://mlearning.wordpress.com/ http://www.mobilelearningnetworks.com/ http://www.m-learning.org/case-studies/molenet- http://www.mobilelearningportal.org/node/2159 http://www.molenet.org.uk/ http://www.alps-cetl.ac.uk/mobilelearn.html https://mobiledevelopmentintelligence.com/sectors/4-mobile-learning-education?gclid=CIibnraYtrsCFUcB4godAgoAAA http://sloanconsortium.org/jaln/v17n1/social-mobile-learning-experiences-students-using-mobile-e-books http://libguides.wits.ac.za/content.php?pid=253125&sid=2473125 http://www.collegetransition.org/about.currentprojects.mobilelearningproject.html

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Worldwide Mobile Industry Handbook 2012-2016

Worldwide Mobile Industry Handbook 2012-2016 Your essential guide to understanding the size, scope and major players of the worldwide mobile industry: 4th Edition Published July 2012 – All new market size data and mobile subscriber forecasts   For full details, pricing … Continue reading

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Smartphone Futures 2012-2016

Worldwide market analysis and competitor positioning in the high-end handset market in 2012 and beyond The smartphone business has been the single biggest revenue-generating growth-story over the last 4 years as the rest of the tech sector suffers amid this … Continue reading

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New Study Uncovers 15 Surprising Facts About Mobile Phones And Families

    When you step into your school this fall, your eyes won’t be playing tricks on you. Pretty much every student, starting at the age of about 12, has a mobile phone. About a third ofthose students have a smartphone. The … Continue reading

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Portio Research forecasts

Click here for pdf file http://www.portioresearch.com/media/2117/Worldwide%20Mobile%20Industry%20Handbook%202012-2016%20TOC.pdf Portio Research forecasts that: –       there will be 6.5 billion mobile subscribers worldwide by end-2012 –       the worldwide mobile subscriber base will now grow at a CAGR of 7.3 percent between 2011 and 2016, to near 8.5 … Continue reading

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