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  • Texting As A Mode Of Communication

    of texting has exponentially improved. This is because, over the years, phones have become a stupendous phenomenon where you would find no less than the majority of young adult and above worldwide have a personal phone to their name. This is not the case 15 years ago. Phones back then were a luxury for the above average class of people. Now, after the outburst of technological advances, a phone or a smartphone is a necessity for every college student in the Midwestern universities. Thus, this growing necessity automatically rippled the mode of texting to greater waves. Furthermore, the actions of texting is also very simplistic where the writer and the reader of the text messages will go back and forth of their texts using keyboards or keypads built in their phones. Their fingers are used as it types the intended words and phrases of the writer into the text message. Then, when the writer is satisfied with his or her text, the text would then be sent by a flick of the finger. The text would be programmed in a series of codes and travelled through the wave signals in a flash then arrived at the intended reader. The reader would read the arrived messages and would then formulate a counter message if he or she wills. Hence, this method of communication is very active in nature. It involves two or more contributing person to complete the overall purpose of it. Other than that, texting is an easy way to communicate is also due to the fact that it is incredibly time saving. The…

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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Smartphones

    Technology has significantly advanced for the past few decades, with abundance of inventions created by brilliant minds have filled the current world. One such brilliant inventor that made his name known in the inventing world back in the 1870s was Scottish-born American inventor Alexander Graham Bell, the founding father of the device that could transmit speech electrically; the telephone (Gray, 2011). The telephone was notably fashioned from his attempts to improve an invention that was…

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  • 3g Mobile Case Study

    1940s in the United States and in the 1950s in Europe. These early "compact" telephone was seriously constrain restricted versatility and poor administration. The contraptions were significant additionally amazingly costly.  History or Back ground of 2G radio channels: Communicating the verifiable foundation of 2G radio we additionally look at pervious and latest advancements of radio begin of a unique that is 1G. The essential heralds present day adaptable telephony was presented…

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  • Impact Of Technology Revolution In Communication

    According to research done by Elon University School of Communication, “the first innovation of communication was printing press.” The telegraph followed it. In the 1830s, Samuel F. B. Morse invented the telegraph, which is the machine using electricity to deliver messages in code over wires. Then, in 1844, between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland, the first telegraph line was constructed, the first message “What hath God wrought?” was sent by Morse (“1870s-1940s Telephone”). Therefore,…

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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of AT & T

    The Telecommunications Act triggered dramatic changes in the competitive landscape. SBC Communications Inc. established itself as a global communications provider by acquiring Pacific Telesis Group (1997), Southern New England Telecommunications (1998) and Ameritech Corp. (1999). In 2005, SBC Communications Inc. acquired AT&T Corp., creating the new AT&T. With the merger of AT&T and BellSouth in 2006, and the consolidated ownership of Cingular Wireless and YELLOWPAGES.COM, AT&T is positioned to…

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  • Telecommunication Industry In Nigeria Case Study

    Its main role is to ensure that the private sector participates fully in the telecommunication industry by regulating their activities and processes so that the consumers enjoy fair pricing (“Nigeria- Telecoms Infrastructure, Operators, Regulations- Statistics and Analyses-BuddeComm”, 2016). The above role has made the NCC to issue licences to private operators in the industry by allowing them to incorporate both fixed lines wireless telephones and analogue mobile phones. In 2003, the famous…

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  • The Impact Of Information Technology On Society

    First is the cell phones. They are made to communicate when one person is far away and the other person contact them. Without them, people will have to find another way to contact them. To do that, (Jacko & Sears, 2003) mentioned a mobile phone businessman tells a story when asked about how you could have invented the hand-held cell phone by looking at customer data. You would be driving down the road and watching people suddenly pull off the road and park their cars to make a phone call. You…

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  • Cave Man's Form Of Communication With Symbols

    Communication has evolved beyond what one could have imagined just in the fifty some odd years of my life. This journey from my perspective is a great example of never knowing what to expect. If the future is as exciting as the past then who knows where this might lead, we are already back to the cave man’s form of communicating with symbols. My best friend lived across the street and on top of the hill. I remember as a child my main form of communication was yelling at the top of my lungs. …

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  • Explain Why Children Under The Age Of Thirteen Should Not Have Their Own Smartphone

    Children under the age of thirteen should not have their own smartphone. Many kids who receive smartphones get them at too early of an age. Children with these phones can face Cyber-bullying, addiction, privacy issues and mental and physical problems. Some of the children who face these challenges are too young to know how to handle them properly. Once something is on the internet, it is there forever. Fifty-three percent of children receive a smartphone at age six. Too many young kids are…

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  • My Digital Practice Analysis

    Meichen Qian Prof. Amrine 17th Feb Prompt#1 My Digital Practice “Happy Valentine’s day”, the buzzing of my phone reminded me of the just-received text. I know it definitely was sent from my boyfriend although he was just sitting on my left. It is an all-too-familiar scene that we just peck away at our smartphone checking our Facebook feeds or texts. As I called his attention, his head slowly lifted and reluctantly kiss me. Then,…

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