Mobile Legal Definition

1. Can move. Mobile. 2. Mobile phone or cell phone in today`s slang. 3. An arranged, balanced and free-moving object. An example is a crib mobile that moves dangling toys. Definition of mobile for learning English (entry 2 of 2) Comments on specific definitions should be sent to the authors of the linked source publication. For NIST publications, there is usually an email in the document. A portable computing device that: (i) has a small form factor such that it can be easily worn by a single person; (ii) is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g., sending or receiving wireless information); (iii) has a non-removable local data store; and (iv) is lit with a stand-alone power source for extended periods of time. Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow the device to capture information (e.g., photo, video, recording, or location), and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations.

Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Note: If the device only has storage capacity and is not able to process or transmit/receive information, it will be considered a portable storage device and not a mobile device. See Portable storage device. Source(s): INNSC 4009-2015 A mobile device is a small handheld device with a touch screen and/or QWERTY keyboard that can provide users with telephony capabilities. Mobile devices are used interchangeably in this document (phones, tablets). Source(s): NIST SP 800-101 Rev. 1 under Mobile Devices A portable computing device that: (i) has a small form factor such that it can be easily worn by one person; (ii) is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g., sending or receiving wireless information); (iii) has local, non-removable or removable data storage; and (iv) contains a stand-alone power source. Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow devices to collect information, and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Source(s): NIST SP 800-157 under Mobile Device For the purposes of this document, a mobile device is a portable computing device that: (i) has a small form factor such that it can be easily worn by a single person; (ii) is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g., sending or receiving wireless information); (iii) has local, non-removable or removable data storage; and (iv) contains a stand-alone power source.

Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow devices to collect information, and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Source(s): NIST SP 800-79-2 on mobile device A portable computing device that (1) has a small form factor so that it can be easily worn by a single person; (2) is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g., sending or receiving wireless information); (3) has local, non-removable or removable data storage; and (4) contains a stand-alone power source. Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow devices to collect information, and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Source(s): NIST SP 1800-12b A portable computing device that: (i) has a small form factor so that it can be easily worn by one person; (ii) is designed to operate without a physical connection (for example, sending or receiving wireless information); (iii) has local, non-removable or removable data storage; and (iv) contains a stand-alone power source. Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow devices to collect information, and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Source(s): NIST SP 1800-21B under Mobile Device A portable computing device that has a small form factor so that it can be easily carried by one person; is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g. sending or receiving wireless information); has non-removable local data storage; and is turned on for a longer period of time with a stand-alone power source. Mobile devices may also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow the device to capture information (e.g., photo, video, recording, or location), and/or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers.

Source(s): NIST SP 800-53 Rev. 5 A portable computing device that has a small form factor so that it can be easily carried by a single person is designed to operate without a physical connection (such as sending or receiving information wirelessly), has local, non-removable or removable data storage, and includes a standalone power source. Mobile devices can also include voice communication capabilities, built-in sensors that allow devices to collect information, or built-in capabilities to synchronize local data with remote locations. Examples include smartphones, tablets and e-readers. Source(s): NIST SP 800-172 A portable computing device that has a small form factor so it can be easily worn by one person; is designed to operate without a physical connection (e.g., sending or receiving wireless information); Has local, non-removable/removable data storage. and contains a stand-alone power source.

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