Computer Addiction

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Computers became very famous in developing a healthy industry and economy, people were drastically affected due to this innovative technological device. Although this has many guaranteed benefits, it also has bad impacts into many things. In addition, internet that has been invented during the computer era, that is highly concerned in modern wireless communication, World-wide networking via the World Wide Web. When these two are combined, the impacts to the people and society who are especially passionate about it may be surreal. In this new generation, it is very usual that many people uses computer in everyday especially the teenagers. Most of the time, teenagers were obligated to use computers for doing their home work, projects and other school related research. Sometimes, however, they may just use computers to play games, to socialize via internet and just use the resources of the computer for leisure purposes. But this principle sometimes changes, many of the users consider that the computer is their primary need; meaning that they should have to use it half a day or more. This has become a major factor because of the new technology, new software or games, and the wider internet – social media or entertainment. Because of the internet, users can get useful facts or information by researching to various websites. The search engines such as or became very popular in regarding the use of computers for research projects. On the other hand, social internet sites such as Friendster, Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter have just become very popular and a reason for computer addiction since then, especially to teenagers. Because of these social sites, a person who has a registered account can connect to other people, it has applications and games that users can freely access. It is also capable of entertaining and informing users by status updates, funny pages, and useful links but these features has...
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