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...ion advances including touch screen computer you can call people on, and IPads and IPods you can text and call on. In 2015 America took a giant leap in telecommunications. Now we have the ability to have a watch on your wrist that calls people, text people , plays music and plenty more, they are called Smart watches invented by Apple. There have also been new ways of Telecommunication since the first phone call between Alexander Graham Bell. We were exposed to send typed messages through landlines called text. Text is a very popular form for of telecommunication today. When were also exposed to video call where you can see the other person you 're talking to on your phone screen. It 's so crazy how far we’ve come ever since that day Bell and Watson transferred a message years ago. The exploration for better, faster, and stronger telecommunication hasn 't stopped yet.
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