The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Cellphones Essay

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Cellphones Nowadays, we can’t imagine a world without constant, instantaneous, communication with others via cellphone. Cellphones have become an essential asset in our daily lives, providing us with easy and fast accessibility to unlimited information, making personal experience and face-to-face interactions seem pointless to many. In contrast, people have started to live their lives through their cellphone; allowing other’s pictures, blogs, and opinions to dis-interest them in learning for themselves, resulting in lack of own personal experience. Cellphones are something to be used with caution; although the device themselves aren’t the demise of basic human skills; the way they are used may result in the downfall of social interaction and intimate relationships. The father of the cellphone, Martin Cooper, made the first ever telephone call off the cellular device on April 3, 1973. The portable phone was not release until 1983, costing $3,995. Despite the fact that people had to break the bank in order to purchase a cellphone, there were over one million sold by 1990. The phenomenon was just beginning, as prices began to lower and more were being sold, cellphones started to take over the world of technology. From the years 1992 to 2003, telephone functions were improving by the day. Texting was first brought about in ’92 followed by the, first ever, smartphone, just a year later. Throughout the next six years, society would see, a not…

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