Five years ago, the mobile landscape was in many ways, a world apart from where we are now. The Motorola Razr was on its way to breaking sales records worldwide, the SideKick II was Paris Hilton’s best friend, and the BlackBerry was still all about business. While smartphones existed, the devices were really more like PDAs with a phone built-in rather than mobile computing devices as we know them today. There were mobile phone apps, but the app store concept as we know it now was still years away. And while many mobile phones had the ability to access the web, the experience was far different in speed and in scope than it is today.