Mobile, measurements and memory lane

Sprague, Kristin
April 2014
Furniture/Today;4/5/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 32, p80
Trade Publication
The author discusses the evolution of mobile devices from their used exclusively for conversation in 1984 to text messaging, gaming, shopping and Web search.


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