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    As a child, I recall playing on a rotary phone and spinning the dial wheel repeatedly as I imagined I was calling my grandmother. Eventually, the technology in telephones changed and the invention of the push button phones came about; however, they were not near as fun to play on as the rotary dial. The next step in the evolution of the phone came in the form of a hands-free unit, and eventually, the cell phone. This new technology has been instrumental in the growth of the telecommunication industry. On the other hand, it has adversely affected our relationships both personally and professionally, jeopardized our privacy, and most importantly, affected the ability of our society to correspond correctly and stay on task. Cell phones are one…

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    You can now probably find a Rotary in an average antique shop but it used to be a big new hit and everyone through that was amazing that you didn’t have to hold two different pieces to your mouth and ear. Today, we just expect new technology to come out every year or so but back in the 1960s and 1970s every advancement like the rotary was a big deal. Not too long after the rotary came out came the push-button phone which was the first phone that had a keypad to dial numbers. The keypad on the…

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    Decline Of Cell Phones

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    I, Kymari Robinson, being of sound mind and body, am shamefully addicted to my cell phone. It’s a ridiculous statement right off the bat, yes, but if we really look at it and the way our society is now, it’s the truth for not only me but for millions of other people in my generation. The cell phone was invented as a mean to communicate, primarily for those that worked outside of the home and couldn’t constantly pick up a home phone. Now, cellphones have all but made home phones completely…

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    I think smartphones are causing middle and high school to become too dependent on their cellphones,students depend on phone more than their health,smartphone are a drug that cannot easily weaned off,many teenagers become Addicted to their cell phones.these are the many reasons why high school and middle school become dependent on their cell phones First of all,students depend on their phone more than their health.students are focusing on their phone and it can mostly cause them to…

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    “Have Smartphones Destroyed Generations?” is the question Jean M. Twenge asks in his article in The Atlantic Magazine. The article highlights the influence of smartphones on the present generation. In the article, the author, proves his claims by comparing survey data of two different generations, the GenX and the iGen. The author declares that the current generation is safer physically, but are on the verge of a mental-health crisis. The article lists all the problems the American teens are…

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    Zomorodi Bid Talk Analysis

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    In February of 2015, a series of challenges for people and their phones began. This was a part of the Bored and Brilliant project that was started on a podcast by Manoush Zomorodi. Zomorodi had realized that smartphones were consuming her life and the lives of those around her. So, she conducted research and began collecting data for this series of challenges directed toward the relationships between those who signed up for the project and their phones. In April 2017, she gave a presentation…

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    Why Is Technology Wrong

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    Joseph Villasenor Professor Tran English 061 39057 19 November 2017 Technology Many people believe that technology is going the end of humanity. Critics have never been so wrong. In fact, many say technology, like cell phones have change life for the better. First, cellphone can be equipped with many different apps of learning. Some of the apps can be used to educated kids in a fun environment. Apps can help with learning some new languages. Apps can help with reading when people are not…

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    Are mobile phones a blessing or curse? This is one of the questions most people ask when it comes to the use of technological devices. Mobile phones are one of the technological devices that have brought a lot of changes since the twentieth century when it was first introduced. Despite many concerns arising from the use of mobile phones, they continue to improve our lives each passing day. Before hand held devices such as mobile devices, landlines were used as means of communication. These…

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    Many people depends mainly on mobile phones and the use of internet on contacting people that will gradually replace the far-distant mean through the face-to-face communication, which is more reliable and credible. Many of them believe that the use of internet such as social medias could be their way to communicate, educate, socialize, and entertained but the thing is are we aware of the effects of these technological advances? I will explain broadly in my topic some different examples and…

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    With technology advancing every single day, society’s youth has become more and more dependent on electrical devices, especially cell phones. The concept and ideas of the cell phone have drastically changed from when phones were first made mobile. The way that cell phones affected sociology decades ago is much different then the way that cell phones affect sociology in modern days. Cell phones are now a drastic part of the every day lives of millions, even billions, of people world wide.…

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