Everything in this photo has been reduced to a device that can fit into your pocket, and it is capitalism that has enabled it:
It's a good start and puts its point across, but it still lacks a few items. The telephone receiver affixed to his right shoulder suffers because the color blends in – the original black would be better –
but it is the fundamental basis for our smart phones (hence the inadequate name for a device that does so much more).
A stack of maps should be prominent. The mapping, location and direction function of the GPS program is worth the price of the device alone.
The Library of Congress would be difficult to portray in so small a space, or a symbolic instrument which would include all current newspapers, magazines, journals and the like.
Likewise, a weather station would have the same problem of presentation.
Easier fixes would include a calendar, an address book, a photo album, a flashlight, a Canon or Nikon camera, a gaming console, an alarm clock, a stopwatch, a timer, and a Dictaphone.
A government, and certainly its communist or socialist form, has not provided such a system that is embodied in a smart phone, nor has it provided all the precursors that are pictured.
The current regime here, however, is attempting to shortstop the process by handing out Obama phones.
(H/T to Gerard van der Leun)