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Technology Addiction: Do we really need Smartphones?

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Smartphones are a benefit to society as a whole, but it is a personal question if one is right for any individual.

The smartphone has quite literally brought an entirely new age of technology to the world. It's impossible to state just how much the evolution of the phone has changed how we look at things, how we do things. Having the technology to take pictures or video wherever we go has revolutionized news, police investigations, and family outings. Being able to play a game, music, or even a movie anywhere, anytime has become the norm. People are more and more often doing all their work on the move, on a tiny touch screen they can fit in their pocket. All in all it's obvious the smartphone has been a huge boon for us all. Or has it?

Technology Addiction: Do we really need Smartphones? - Image 1

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Have you ever had a moment of frustration where you just wanted to�sell blackberry torch 9810�or whatever your phone is called? Where you thought "I wish I could sell my ipad and be rid of the darn thing!"? This is perfectly normal for many. As much as smartphones have done a lot of good, they've also done a fair bit of bad. Face to face communication is becoming more and more uncommon. Now when people are bored at a party or on a bus they don't strike up conversations with random people and possibly make a new friend.

They sit down and play on their phone. Movies and games are a much more convenient way to spend time than to talk to people and possibly be rejected after all. And that's not to mention what it's doing to family dynamics. It's become increasingly common for a child, father, or mother to pull out a phone in the middle of a family dinner, a nice day out, or even on a date.

That's not even to mention the issues with the actual layout and function of the phones. How often have you thought about how to sell samsung or sell blackberry products away and then buy a phone that was ACTUALLY STILL a phone? Many of the older generation or those who aren't technically savvy get confused and frustrated with smartphones. They have no clear "press this button to take a call!" on the actual casing. Their touch screen functionality leads to numerous slips and misclicks. What's more if you're not careful you could be out a lot of money if you lose it. And if you do lose the person who picks it up will have a lot of personal information to use.

Technology Addiction: Do we really need Smartphones? - Image 2

(Image Credits: Creative commons)

If you have concerns or issues about your phone, you shouldn't just try to "get with the times". Some people prefer a simpler phone, or not having a phone at all. There's nothing wrong with preferring the days of talking instead of texting, of working at work and not while walking around on a tiny touch screen. If this simplistic attitude isn't for you, then that's fine too. There are a lot of people who agree with you also. But just take a few moments to think.

Do what you want to do, whether that be selling your phone and starting fresh or embracing the new age. Nobody but you can know what will make you happiest after all.


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About the Author:�James is a smart phone blogger and sell iPad.



Smartphones are a benefit to society as a whole, but it is a personal question if one is right for any individual.

The smartphone has quite literally brought an entirely new age of technology to the world. It's impossible to state just how much the evolution of the phone has changed how we look at things, how we do things. Having the technology to take pictures or video wherever we go has revolutionized news, police investigations, and family outings. Being able to play a game, music, or even a movie anywhere, anytime has become the norm. People are more and more often doing all their work on the move, on a tiny touch screen they can fit in their pocket. All in all it's obvious the smartphone has been a huge boon for us all. Or has it?

Technology Addiction: Do we really need Smartphones? - Image 1

(Image Credits: Creative commons)

Have you ever had a moment of frustration where you just wanted to�sell blackberry torch 9810�or whatever your phone is called? Where you thought "I wish I could sell my ipad and be rid of the darn thing!"? This is perfectly normal for many. As much as smartphones have done a lot of good, they've also done a fair bit of bad. Face to face communication is becoming more and more uncommon. Now when people are bored at a party or on a bus they don't strike up conversations with random people and possibly make a new friend.

They sit down and play on their phone. Movies and games are a much more convenient way to spend time than to talk to people and possibly be rejected after all. And that's not to mention what it's doing to family dynamics. It's become increasingly common for a child, father, or mother to pull out a phone in the middle of a family dinner, a nice day out, or even on a date.

That's not even to mention the issues with the actual layout and function of the phones. How often have you thought about how to sell samsung or sell blackberry products away and then buy a phone that was ACTUALLY STILL a phone? Many of the older generation or those who aren't technically savvy get confused and frustrated with smartphones. They have no clear "press this button to take a call!" on the actual casing. Their touch screen functionality leads to numerous slips and misclicks. What's more if you're not careful you could be out a lot of money if you lose it. And if you do lose the person who picks it up will have a lot of personal information to use.

Technology Addiction: Do we really need Smartphones? - Image 2

(Image Credits: Creative commons)

If you have concerns or issues about your phone, you shouldn't just try to "get with the times". Some people prefer a simpler phone, or not having a phone at all. There's nothing wrong with preferring the days of talking instead of texting, of working at work and not while walking around on a tiny touch screen. If this simplistic attitude isn't for you, then that's fine too. There are a lot of people who agree with you also. But just take a few moments to think.

Do what you want to do, whether that be selling your phone and starting fresh or embracing the new age. Nobody but you can know what will make you happiest after all.


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About the Author:�James is a smart phone blogger and sell iPad.

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