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Personally Tech With Motorola India Head Amit Boni

Personally Tech With Motorola India Head Amit Boni

Personally Tech With Motorola India Head Amit Boni
News from NDTV:

In our weekly column Personally Tech we talk to people from all walks of life to learn about the apps and gadgets that they love and can’t live without. Technology has changed the way we all live and work, in myriad ways.

This week, we caught up with Amit Boni, General Manager, Motorola India. Boni is a company man through and through, and uses a Motorola phone and a Lenovo laptop, and even the Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch. He says that the smartwatch has become a more important part of his daily routine than he expected, and dreams of holographic meeting systems as seen in Captain America: The Winter Soldier continues on NDTV

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News from Know Your Mobile:

A LOT can happen in 40 years. But when it comes to technology, 40-years is like going back to the days of Moses or the Roman Empire. Case in point: the mobile phone –– and, more recently, the rise of mobile internet communications, social networks and super-fast internet. But what were the phones that made it happen; who were the pioneering brands that made today’s handsets possible; and which phone, out of the thousands launched since the 1980s, was the most important? Answer: quite a few.

But first: a history lesson. 

The world’s first mobile phone call was made on April 3, 1973, when Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola, called a rival telecommunications company and informed them he was speaking via a mobile phone. The phone Cooper used, if you could call it that, weighed a staggering 1.1kg and measured in at 228.6x127x44.4mm. With this prototype device, you got 30 minutes of talk-time and it took around 10 hours to charge. 

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