Deb Cohen, from Philadelphia says, “The evolution of communication can actually benefit some teens by helping them form their own identity, separating from their parents” (Schorn, Cell Phones: Evolution or Revolution?) Why are cell phones so necessary for today’s society? Cell Phones are useful for communication, for news updates which very helpful in emergencies, and they help us cherish the excellent memories of life. This world is growing fast and many people have multiple places to be, sometimes these are very long distance apart. Depending where you are it could be very noisy or may not even permit cell phone calls.
Modern technologies have presented society with ways of coming closer together individually, and yet further apart collectively. While looking at cell phones in particular it is easy to see how communication technologies are impacting society’s subjectivity in many connecting ways. To understand this phenomenon first we must examine why society is so entangled with using cell phones. Among the top reasons for cell phone usage are safety, convenience and networking capabilities. Many consumers of cell phone usage report that they feel safer having a cell phone on them opposed to when they do not.
The con of the computer is the lack of face-to-face interactions, but with the new materials, students are learning from it, they are bound to share that information with other. Learning and teaching is what our society is built on; that’s why computers are a great benefit to our society. The new way to date is called online dating. Online dating has grown tremendously since people are too busy with their work lives and have no t... ... middle of paper ... ...0 may be bluthing some kind of handheld device When most people get up in the morning the first thing they would check is one of their social media sites. The lack of privacy on social media sites is one of the biggest cons.
Thinking about 40 years ago we think about ancient time periods, but around that time is usually when we started to generate an easier way to communicate.The first block phone, as we can say was a huge step in the development of communication, but it doesn 't compare to the useful resources of the smartphone.In April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola, called a rival communications company and informed them that he was speaking via mobile phone. This one of the first mobile phones in which you were only able to talk for about thirty minutes (knowyourmobile.com). Motorola created the use for the device that way people were able to talk to someone at any given time of day. Of course, that kind of technology doesn’t exist anymore due to the major technological advancements, which happened along side the growth of the company. A company is which started out as a battery eliminator plans and manufacturing equipment, has now turned into a multi-million dollar in which Google has purchased.
Humanity thrives on the use of social networking in everyday life making a person feel joyful when using them. However, the common everyday usage of social networks in cell phones has affected the youth in ways that are being noticed by the older generation. The youth of this generation make it seem nearly impossible to drop their phone just to shake someone’s hand. Social networking has caused the younger generation to become anti-social and awkward. Society cannot deny that the world of communication is changing, but there will never be a more efficient way to communicate than by face-to-face interaction with one another.
The invention was way ahead of its time because mobile house phones weren’t even out yet. When the cell phone first came out it wasn’t as popular as they are now. As of January 2014, 90% of Americans own a cell phone, and 64% of adults own smartphone (Mobile Tech Fact Sheet). We American’s depend on our smartphones to communicate to one another, even if that other person is in the same building. The invention of the cell phone has become very handy because now it gives us the ability to get into communication with someone, regardless of where they are in relation to us, any time of the day.
By 2006, cell phones were pocket sized. About 90% of the world’s population had a cell phone in 2009 and still increasing today (Lerner). Cell phones changed from just being little flip phones to touch screen smart phones. People used cell phones to contact people to talk. That’s the only thing that cell phones then were capable of doing at the time.
These days, it’s hard to find anyone around without a cell phone, but majority are unaware of negative effects. A cell phone is a miniscule device that transmits and takes voice calls and often other messages through wireless receiver signals (“Cellular Telephone”). This diminutive telephone has numerous capabilities such as, taking photographs, producing entertainment, and browsing the internet. Cell phones let others voice themselves in an artistic way and philosophically mobile phones represent how we ourselves reflect and benefit though technology. Knowing the history and evolution of a cell phone illustrates how it has impacted society past and present.
Today’s smartphones has been all over the places since the last six years when Apple introduced the one button smartphone to build the costumer market, but in certainty smartphones has been in marketplace since 1993. The difference among today’s smartphones and early smartphones is that early smartphones were mostly intended for companies users and used as enterprise devices and also and those phones were costing too much if the general consumers wanted to use. The smartphones revolution is distributed into three main stages. First stage was simply meant for enterprises, during this all the smartphones were aimed to the companies and the functions and features were responds to the requirements of companies. Blackberry is considered as the innovative of this period of time, it introduced many features including email, internet, web browsing and the camera.
While Borreli’s article focused on the negative side of cell phones, Steward’s article focuses more on the positive side. He starts off stating that cell phones have brought a whole new meaning the word multitasking. The applications on cell phones make it so we are able to multitask with ease. He also explains that with cell phones it is easier for not only families, but friends to keep in closer touch with one another. Cell phones are convenient and we don’t even realize it.