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Mobile cellular technology has now been around for decades. What started as beepers and pagers have evolved into miniaturized computers that have more computing power than the spacecraft used in early pre-21st-century space missions. This has been marked by many innovations and each key one has ushered in new generations, or "G's".
Newer signal technology has been developed and rolled out in a series of waves or generations. The "generation" terminology only became widely used when 3G was launched but is now used retroactively when referring to the earlier systems.
Incrementally more powerful mobile bandwidths helped to usher in a new era of mobile (and desktop) app capabilities, including video, video-calling, file sharing, music streaming, VOIP, mapping, Instagram photo sharing, etc. that shaped in a great degree the new mobile lifestyle. So increasing bandwidths have had a hand in shaping designs, features and even operating systems of the newest smartphone and affiliated mobile device (wearables) technologies.
The up-ramp to present day (early 21st century) mobile age technologies has been defined, in part, by an increase of data bandwidth driving the rising capabilities of modern day smartphones and the types of mobile apps that have evolved along with increases in bandwidth:
It is hard to ignore that advances in microprocessor design and shrinking micro-circuitry into smaller and smaller spaces has had a role in delivering mobile smartphone and affiliated devices into usage patterns of the early 21st century.
Moving forward into the future as more computing is handled from the cloud, new technologies could shape the mobile landscape in ways that are still hard to foretell:
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