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  • Samsung Vs Apple Case Study

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    The first cell phone call was made on April 19, 1973 by Motorola employee Martin Cooper, since every year cell phones is getting more advanced and better at times. When the cell phone was first manufactured I don’t think Martin Cooper, had in mind what wild, astounding, idea he had brought to the light, and how much the cell phone would evolve over the years. The two powerhouse companies responsible for most of the cell phones that are circulating in the world Samsung & Apple, these two companies

  • A Brief History of the Cellar Phone

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    have served Americans, but very few have had an overall impact on the course of humanity as the cell phone. The history of cell phones has been compared to our discovery of fire and the invention of the wheel. This is partly due to its adaptability to many aspects of human life, as well as its mobility to influence and reach geographical areas that extend to global ones. Around the world, cell phones are used in schools, corporate conglomerates, even religious institutes. Although use of them in cars

  • Echnology And Technology

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    echnology and issues related to it Our lifestyle today has completely changed from what it used to be in olden times. Our days start and end throughout using technological devices such as computers, I-pads, high-tech machineries, cellphones etc. All of which are considered to be direct cause for the new change that we have overcome as society. Things that before were thought to be impossible now can be done in no time all because of robotics, Internet, high-tech machineries etc… This advancement

  • Drive a Car, Not a Cell Phone

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    conducted last year by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, had cameras placed inside one hundred cars and trucks to track drivers' activities before a dangerous event occurred. Research shows users of cell phones while driving caused far more crashes and near misses than non-users. These statistics do not change even if the hand held device becomes hands free by means of a blue tooth or speaker phone. Hands-free cell phones may allow the driver to keep both hands on the wheel however, devices

  • Disadvantages Of Smartphones

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    Cell phones are ruining our social skills, compromising our attention spans and increasing distractions. However, like with most things, there are positive and negative factors that must be accounted for; this technology has much to offer like unparalleled conveniences that were unfathomable a short decade ago. Smart phones keep us connected to people in a way like never before across time zones, distances and decades, they are an easy way of communication, humans have access to a wide range of knowledge

  • Black Berry Products Analysis

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    BlackBerry product line includes the BlackBerry® Playbook™ tablet, BlackBerry® smart phones and software for business and accessories. In addition to this reformation, the stock ticker on NASDAQ exchange will be converted to BBRY and BB on the TSX exchange. The BlackBerry’s current market share is 3%, followed by 50% earlier in 2009 which declined due to fierce competition from competitors like android of Google and I phone. The revenue of blackberry in 2013 is US$11.073 billion. As the market share of

  • Nokia's India Strategy

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    and demographics, Nokia topped the awareness list. More than half of the 49 million mobile users in India carried a Nokia handset. Six out of every 10 people who bought a mobile phone in India picked up a Nokia. Many of them had made their first ever-mobile call on a Nokia phone over a Nokia network. The 1100, the phone which was 'Made for India', had become Nokia's largest selling model globally. Nokia had pursued a cost leadership strategy in India, looking for various ways to cut costs. These

  • Government Dictation

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    or want. Slowly but surely the Government is taking away our personal liberties. It is sad to say that the biggest threat to freedom and the American way of life comes from our own government. They listen to our phone calls, read our email, read everything we do online, and place cameras in public areas.. They dictate which guns we can have, what kind of ammo we can use, and how much ammo we are allowed to buy. I believe they should enforce the laws that are already on record for guns instead of

  • Communication Technology's Development and Its Effect on Management Practice

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    Communication Technology's Development and Its Effect on Management Practice Nowadays, more and more companies chose to go globally as the growth in communication technology and transport. It is easier for companies to expand the business activities across countries. When a company expands a large potion of its business outside its own country, it becomes a global business. Globalisation is not a single process, but can be described as a number of processes by which products, people, companies

  • Advanced Technology and the Society

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    their own. Also instead of driving down to a little family get together, the instant messenger gets in the way because it seems easier to communi- cate with. Another example, is that now a days the society has telephones, cellphones and even camera phones to help everyone communicate.When someone invites another person to a birthday party the person that gets invited makes up an excuse saying they can not go so they just call and say Happy Birthday. Also when someone wants to meet someone