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2011: The year mobile took over the world

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old account Frank Eory   12/26/2011 5:50:08 PM
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One billion app downloads per month is a staggering figure -- an average of one app per month for every 7 people on the planet. It seems like a great time to be a software developer.

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_hm   12/24/2011 1:43:37 PM
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This may be beginning. Add developing world in next decade and this number will be huge.

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agk   12/24/2011 12:33:02 PM
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1800% increase in data traffic in 4 years ! great speed. This video to be seen by every one. The data here are astonishing. We are all living in the great time of communication era.

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