Smartphones

The world of smarthphones is a rapiud developing industry with huge potential and porfits. the companies are in constant lawsuits about patents, production rights and release rights, just to get a bigger share of the pie that is the smartphone industry.

But how do consumers, like you and me, handle the smartphone phenomenon? We all own one, and we all use one, but do we really have to?

the fact is that people use smartphone often, and in my humble opinion, too often. Consumers use phones to interact with others, which, in itself, is not a bad thing, but when it interveines with normal communication, the problem is easily spotted. People who are sitting together and on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn and what not, is not healthy.

Peope are getting lazy, they cannot go down the street without a piece of technology in their pocket. This is said, because human interaction is supposed to be a part of human society.

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Albert EInstein quoted on the issues of technology taking over our communication that is used on a daily basis.

“I fear the day when technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.”

Even Einstein realized the fact that the comming generation would be in trouble when smartphones, or technology as a whole, would be in trouble.

WHile I say this, I am not against the smarthone evolution at all, smartphones are incredible usefull and helpfull devices and should in no way be overlooked. The only thing about the use of smartphones is the fact that the devices are extremely overusd, especially by younger generation.

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