Quiz 12: Mobile Multimedia
Photos and videos recorded by mobile devices are creating the __________ of our culture.
Many nations have passed laws against using cell phones for __________ while driving.
__________ cards can be seamlessly swapped among handsets, bringing your phone books, contact lists, and schedulers to a new phone without rekeying.
__________ is a very short-range, low-power radio technology to interconnect up to seven devices by radio.
Smartphones will be adding __________ so you can point the smartphone's camera and receive an overlay of information. A) augmented reality B) harmonized projection C) skimmed efficiency D) multiple access
NLUI stands for: A) negative lumens ultraviolet imaging B) natural language user interface C) nonlinear launcher utility D) national laborers urbanization industry
Which of the following uses a single frequency to talk with a cell tower? A) GSM B) PSTN C) CDMA D) DNS
What is the peak download rate for a 4G mobile device? A) 1 Gbps B) 100 Mbps C) 1.8 GHz D) 8 MHz
Which statement is not true about connecting a mobile device to the Internet with Wi-Fi? A) Wi-Fi is cheaper than 4G. B) Wi-Fi is faster than 4G. C) Wi-Fi's range is farther than 4G. D) Wi-Fi operates in the unlicensed public 2.4-GHz spectrum.
Which is the following is an open-source operating system for mobile devices. A) Phone B) Blackberry C) iOS D) Android
The card-based multimedia authoring tool, __________ is a cross-platform development framework. A) Linux B) LiveCode C) HTML5 D) CSS
Which of the following is not required before submitting your app bundle to the app store? A) Info.plist B) UIRequiredDeviceCapabilities key C) App launch image D) Digital light projector
__________ technology allows memory, graphics processors, audio components, USB controllers, and power management circuits to be integrated on a single chip. A) GPU B) SoC C) NFC D) CmS
LiveCode provides touchStart, touchEnd, and touchMove messages, allowing you to detect: A) Swipe gestures B) Eye tracking C) Smart pause D) Voice control
Briefly explain the radio technologies in use today to connect mobile phones to a cell tower and the internet. Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) are the two radio systems available for connecting mobile devices to cell towers and the Internet. CDMA uses a single frequency, and the subscriber information is contained within the handset and in a provider database. GSM uses multiple frequencies and a removable SIM card, and is the most widely accepted technology.
Briefly describe the differences between the two most popular operating systems for the smartphone.