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Tools The article focuses on a significant rise in mobile device adoption by professionals. In 2005, the number of U.S. mobile telephone users surpassed the number of traditional land-based phone lines. In addition to opening up new forms of real-time interactive communication such as text messaging and instant messaging, the adoption of mobile devices for the purpose of learning is starting to show greater adaptability. Technologies such as podcasting has just been initiated into the genre of prerecorded audio programming. With portable MP3 players and mobile games already capturing much early attention in the mobile learning arena, the real excitement these days continues to focus on the significant developments occurring in the mobile networking world. Mobile learning is for the purpose of those people who need access to information and performance support when out in the field or on the job. Mobile learning includes those strategies, practices, tools, applications, and resources that take advantage of ubiquitous networks and pervasive digital devices to realize the promises of anytime, anywhere learning.

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