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    The mobile phone has established as an important gadget in technology. It has been suggested that excessive mobile phone use may be associated with health-compromising behaviours, such as sleeping behaviour (Koivusilta, Lintonen, & Rimpela, 2015). The mobile phone is viewed as an important communication tool and has become an integral part of student’s life. Access to the internet is increasingly easy due to improvements in technology and the prevalence of mobile phone. It is generally…

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    If we look 30 years back, everyone owns a mobile phone with top brands at that time such as Nokia, Motorola, and Sony. However, nowadays mobile phones are outdated and smartphones became a trend. Everyone owns at least a smartphone and some of us have more than one. But then, what is the difference between smartphones and mobile phones? Actually, smartphones and mobile phone have no difference at all as both exist for the same reason, connect one people with another. Many researchers have made a…

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    Cell phones are in high demand by customers everywhere. It is a way to connect with people and be able to make life easier with all the features that cell phones have. In our SBA, we decided to talk about technology. We made a more focused decision and chose the cell phone industry. Mainly focusing on customers in north America that seek their carriers in-store. This analysis of the cell phone in the technology industry will include research of the timeline of a cell phone before hitting the…

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    PROBLEMS Constantly using your cell phones can lead to psychological issues such as phobia. Nomophobia is a sort of discomfort also known as an anxiety discovered to be caused by non-availability of a mobile phone. This term was created after the realization of the addiction of cellphone. Nomophobia can cause an anxiety disorder in which is being tested within this article. I plan to use this in my article to help introduce to the meaning of cellphone addiction and the understanding of why it…

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    The Negative Effects of Cell Phone Use Cell phone use can be a very helpful thing in today’s world. They can make a simple task very quick and sometimes even mindless. Because the use of them can be so mindless, many studies are being conducted to reveal the negative effects cell phones can cause. Cell phones not only cause addiction problems, but they also have been found to cause a lack of concentration and increased stress and anxiety levels. These are only a few examples. “The Negative…

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    Cell Phones in School Who doesn’t have a cell phone these days? Everywhere that you look, you will see a man, woman, or child on their phone. Whether we are driving or just walking down the street, someone is texting, talking, or surfing the web on his or her phone. Cell phones have become a major part of our lives. The controversy in schools is among the teachers, who believe cell phones should not be allowed, and the students, who believe cell phones should be allowed. Sixty-five percent of…

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    society, our lifeline is our phone. Indeed, in restaurants, at school, sports events, everywhere we go most people have a phone. To many, their lives may depend on it. The age of cell phone initiation is becoming younger and younger with 30% of 10-year-old Spanish children have a cell phone; the rate increases to nearly 70% at age 12 and 83% at age 14. There have even been new scientific diseases coined “Nomophobia” (No-Mobile-Phobia), the fear of having no cell phones around, “Textaphrenia” and…

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    people are becoming glued to the internet. They have a strong driving pressure to be on the internet all the time. Numbers show that the internet is being used to avoid unfavorable emotions and feelings. . There are marked symptoms of internet addiction some of which are: withdrawing from the reality of life, declining health, loss of relationships, sleeplessness and feelings of worthlessness. (Washington Post, The Dark side of the Internet) Aboujaoude, the director of Stanford 's Impulse…

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    to form letters to send information to those who were not close by before the rise of technology. As the Internet and mobile phones were created, there was a rapid increase in the production and distribution of cellular devices as their popularity steadily increased. The introduction of the flip phone was a giant stepping-stone for communication until multiple companies and mobile networks began to expand and innovate. Apple was the first company that revolutionized the telecommunications…

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    Smartphone: Impact on children Introduction Smartphone is a mobile phone fulfills many functions of a computer, including Internet access, touchscreen interface, and an operating system that can run downloaded applications (Oxford University, 2010). It is one of a technology that continuously improving, which using smartphones started to become an important role in people’s life. In Hong Kong, 92% of male and 82% of female that aged between 15 to 19 years old have their own smartphones, and for…

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