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Smartphones: The World in Your Pocket

According to Merriam-Webster a smartphone is “a cell phone that includes additional software functions (such as email or an Internet browser).” Somehow that doesn’t seem a large enough description for the device that most of us carry in our pocket or purse and use over and over in a single day.

Visit Smartphones: The World in Your Pocket to explore the development of Alexander Graham Bell’s single purpose telephone to the smartphone, the ubiquitous device of almost endless uses. See examples of an assortment of the many instruments it has incorporated into one tool. Consider as you visit how the smartphone is the very definition of convenience which encompasses our lives and records almost our every action.