When they first made their appearance on the market, mobile phones were simply that—tools that were used primarily for communication and as talking devices so that people could be reached any time and any place. They soon progressed into “smart phones” that included email and perhaps a calendar but even as such were not considered very sophisticated devices. Today’s mobile phones, however, have become more sophisticated and can almost be considered computing devices. They have connectivity to the Internet, features that are more advanced and a host of applications that have enabled users to do a great of the computing that they previously did on a desktop computer on their mobile phone. The addition of tablet technology into this mix has made such devices an integral part of communications between people and technological devices.