Cellphones

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Cellphones How they have changed humans socially in society People now in days have been really addicted with their phones and its affecting relationships with friends, family, and all other kinds of relationships. There is less verbal communication with people, and at work some people bring in their cellphones when they aren’t busy to use. The thing with that is you never know when you’ll have a customer coming in and needing help therefore, at work people should not be on their cellphones at any time it’s really disrespectful for the customers. People now in days tweet about everything through their phone every time something happens. Some examples people tweet the awesome power of cellphones: when you need toilet paper all you need to do is text someone to bring you a roll. This toilet paper roll tweet is probably the dumbest thing ever, a person can’t even yell to throw some tissues into the bathroom, instead they send a text #whycellphoneswereinvented. Another tweet cellphones let me be in peoples pockets. This tweet is really sad, people should not have that thought process, and secondly a phone should not be in a persons pocket at all times. Some of these tweets show how much people rely on their cellphones. There is a photo of gloves specifically designed to use with a smart phone in the cold. The gloves has a specially designed finger tip that works on a touchscreen using "magical" friction technology. The photo provides proof of how cellphones have changed us to the point of developing new technology to ensure we can always stay connected. This source helps specify my topic because it shows the reliance of people to their cellphones by having to use the technology even i the cold. There is a youtube video that shows the evolution of cellphones starting in 1985 until now. From phones being as big as brick to now think like a piece of paper. There is also an article on forbes.com about cellphone addictions. This Forbes article give some very

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