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For teens, the future is mobile

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For teens, the future is mobile(July 15,2008 CNET News.com)

Advertisers are clamoring to reach teens in digital environments because that’s where they’re spending much of their time–either online, with cell phones or playing video games. What’s more, teens wield an estimated $200 billion annually in discretionary spending.

Both the United States and Japan portable terminals (cellular phone etc.) seem to become centers of the flow in the future.

The portable terminal such as mobile(cellular phones) is a center of life in the United States among teens as well as Japan.

The enterprise cannot help paying attention to the cellular phone.

The telephone and mail can be done if there is a cellular phone. Additionally, even the photograph, the game, music, and the Internet, the television, and the video are available now.

IPhone is put on the market, and attention is attracted all over the world.
The flow is sure to become the first wave to which the portable terminal market builds on the momentum and becoming and a big wave in the future.


Written by weblibraryjpn

July 25, 2008 at 11:38 am

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  1. Where did you get your blog layout from? I’d like to get one like it for my blog.

    Eric Lee

    July 25, 2008 at 12:00 pm

  2. This layout was a layout that existed in wordpress.com.


    July 26, 2008 at 2:03 am

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