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CELL PHONES

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Guilherme Fre

on 30 April 2014

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CELL PHONES
Advances and Effects
Motorola DynaTAC 8000X
price: $3,995
availability: around 2,000 devices
weight: 2 pounds
for sale in 1983, 10 years after the creation.
Are people becoming too dependent on their cell phones?




FIRST CELL PHONE
FUTURE
How will cell phone technology socially impact future generations?
Social Effects

FIRST GENERATION (1G)
80's
voice only
expensive
bulky
SECOND GENERATION (2G)
90's
text messaging
flip models
compact, light
better options, personalized
internet access
INTERMEDIATE GENERATION (2,5G)
2000's
Smartphones
added entertainment value
more capability; bluetooth, camera/video, music (MP3)
wi-fi capability (enhanced mobility)
THIRD GENRATION (3G)
1973
simplified user interface; touch-screen
social/video call
high resolution display
longer battery life
makes life easier
global access
organizes our life
instantaneous information

FOURTH GENERATION (4G)
high signal quality
enhanced security; Touch ID, voice
increased internet speed; media streaming
NEW TECHNOLOGY
POSITIVE EFFECTS
NEGATIVE EFFECTS
easy communication with family and friends
organize works and projects
FaceTime
entertainment
connect with the world
impersonal
peoples dependency on their phone
miscommunication
waste of time and money
Martin Cooper
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