A Best Friend A Man Can Have
In that sense, the scenery never really changes when you are riding with your digital wingman.
In 1946, Motorola invented the first kind of mobile phone. The phone was particularly large. It had a traditional mic and speaker headset with a cord connected to a box- size of a shoebox. Once you charged your phone for 10 hours, you were able to get thirty minutes of talk time. Not to mention, making calls was very expensive. It would cost you seven dollars a minute and overall one hundred seventy nine dollars a month. Today, you will find mobile phones as thin as paper. The service will cost you anywhere from thirty to a hundred dollars. Kids at the age of ten and some even younger flaunt their “iPhones” around. Over the last 66 years the technology in mobile phones have immensely progressed. We now live in an era where “Siri” is your personal assistant- making calls, texting friends, checking your schedule, getting live stats of your favorite players/teams. Technology has also indubitably helped mankind achieve unimaginable dreams such as, the creation of the light bulb, the telephone, the moon landing, alternative energy, and so much more. Today, smartphones help people become efficient, keep them connected with the world, and as mentioned in the name, make you smarter. But, you do have to use them wisely, overdosing on technology can mess up your life. It will affect more than just your pockets; your way of live will go right down the gutter as well. The biggest benefit of having a smart phone is being connected to the world and to people that mean the most to you. Within reach of your pocket, you are able to communicate with any person, at any time, anywhere in the world. With Facebook on your phone, we are able to view pictures and posts of family members, keeping us in the loop even though they live thousands of miles away. With the app you can also chat with your friends and...
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