Mobility began in the 1990s with handwriting recognition technology from Apple
Newton and Palm Pilot, and the ability to connect to a dial-up modem.
The mid 2000s brought additional players to the smartphone market, with Symbian being the popular choice in Europe and Palm OS in the U.S. The market was crowded with five mobile operating systems and no clear winner.
Today, the mobile landscape is comprised of three major OS players. Smartphones have evolved beyond simple communication tools, with apps serving as the vehicle for transformation of mobility and business.
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