Did you know that there are more than 5.5 billion mobile device around the world?!
Whether you are rich or poor, big or small, staff or students, regardless of your field or even your studies, mobile phones have become a necessity used by all devices to be more prevalent among human beings throughout history
If you arethinking of buyinga phone "smart" inthe near future,here'saTop 10smartphonesin 2011, startingin tenth position
The tenth position
Dell Venue Pro
Ninth place- HP Pre 3
Eighth place- Google Nexus S 4G
Seventh place- Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
Sixth place- HTC ThunderBolt
Fifth place- HTC EVO 3D
Fourth place- Apple iPhone 4
Third place- LG G2X
Second place- Motorola Droid Bionic
First place- Samsung Galaxy S II
About the inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham BellAlexander Graham Bell (3 March 1847-2 August 1922)
Was a distinguished scholar, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone. I have been associated with both the father and grandfather Bill and his brother to work in the field of communication and correct pronunciation and speech education for the deaf and dumb, And his mother was deaf, and his wife; which has had a profound impact on the lives of Bill and his work. Furthermore, it has paid his research in the field of hearing and speech to conduct several experiments on hearing aids; Which enabled him at the end of the first invention of the telephone and get the first patent registered in the United States of America In 1876. Given his academic life, we find that the "Bill Graham" I consider that the most prominent and most famous of his inventions; is the invention of the telephone, Is considered as an intervention for his work as a scientist in the field of the original sound, as he refused to have a phone in a room of his office. Many other inventions were significant in the life of the subsequent Bill, including the pioneering work in optical communications, Rings in the boat and aeronautics. Become "Alexander Graham Bell" in 1888 a founding member of the National Geographic Society in Washington.