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    Modern Technology When we hear the word addiction, the first thought that runs through our minds are drugs, gambling, alcohol, and tobacco. However, addiction comes in many forms and shapes. For example, modern technology is another form of addiction. Modern technology is a big part of our lives today, compared to many years ago. It has enhanced our life in so many ways, and the rate at with technology is advancing has to stare of stagnation.in today 's society, it 's hard for people to imagine…

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    In the early 1970’s the world was hit with a huge advancement in technology and communication, the mobile phone. When people today think about what a mobile phone is, they think of their little iPhones, Droids, or Galaxies sitting comfortably in their pockets. However, the first mobile phone was the size of a brick, and for anyone who owned one, it felt like one as well. For 20 years, people carried around huge blocks of plastic that were only good for a call from certain areas, to certain areas…

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    We see every day that the evolution of technology has become something remarkable in our lives. This development is the result of our many technological devices, however, we can not live without them. They are harmful to society in general and private users. Although the technology has facilitated us a lot of things of our lives, we have some negative effects, and that does not mean in any way to do without them, but emphasizes the need for the ban when used. Computer, for example, is a…

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    Communication has changed greatly throughout the years thanks to the internet and invention of cell phones. In today’s society, it is relatively normal to talk with people over the internet. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social networking sites help to increase the amount of communication people experience in their life time. Tagging someone in a photo, writing on their wall, or “retweeting” something show people what is happening in your life. When we become surrounded by all this…

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    THE NEGATIVES IMPACT OF SMARTPHONE ADDICTION ON TEENAGERS’ HEALTH (FROM 12 - 19 YEARS OLD) 1. Introduction Nowadays, smartphone has become popular all around the world. People, at least have one smartphone with them. According to Wilcox (2009), the first smartphone was released 22 years ago, exactly in 1993, which was IBM Simon. This smartphone was design and engineered by International Business Machine Corp. (IBM). Not only IBM, which produced the smartphone but also Nokia, Ericsson, and…

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    different beliefs than American culture with cell phones. According to CNN, the Japanese culture frowns upon using a cell phone (called a mobile in the UK) in public. The cell phone (mobile) to them should not be a nuisance to other. The Japanese culture is expected to put their cell phone (mobile) on silent or on vibrate (manner mode in the UK) when boarding a train or bus. Their culture differs a lot with the American culture and cell phones. Cell phones are not frowned upon in public in the…

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    Over the last few decades, technology has advanced and continuously changed the way individuals contribute to society. From flip phones to smart phones, desktop computers to tablets, the advancements in these devices not only save us time in our day to day lives, they are also the reason we forget to acknowledge the non-technical objects that still surround us. Books, shopping carts and clocks have been replaced by iPods, touch screen watches and the “click to checkout” button. Most children now…

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    human affairs. Various types of technology which countless can be encountered in this modern age. One example of a technology which is very popular is gadget .Everyone uses gadgets with modern technology such as televisions, mobile phones, laptops, tablet PCs, smart phones, and others. These gadgets can be found everywhere, both in adults and children. Children now have become active consumers of many electronic products and gadgets that make children as their target market. There are many…

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    In a time where we sometimes value a lit up brick more than anything else in our life, Siri has definitely become everyone’s new girlfriend. College students use their cellphones for about 9 hours a day, as published in the Journal of Behavior Addictions. This study also found that about 60% of the students involved believe they’re addicted to their cellphones. To sum up the findings of the study, the human arm has evolved to always extend to reach for the brick. There are probably many more…

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    How Cell Phones Have Changed Us Socially? Cellular phones have caused many changes in social interaction today. They are the most common thing people have in their hands instead of a book. Even the youngest generation has access to cellphones. Young people use their cell phones differently than older adults. “Most people use cellular phones for texting, checking emails, searching the web, taking pictures, tweeting, snapchatting, and face-booking” (Ira Hyman Ph. D 2014). The expectation for…

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