ACHIEVING GLOBAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF APPLE INC. Apple Inc. is an American conglomerate company located in one immeasurable loop, Cupertino, California in the middle of the Silicon Valley. (OPPapers, 2012). Apple is motivated on their designing, developing, innovating new products like the personal computers, other related software products, and the electronic products such as MP3 players and iPods. Apple Inc.’s main products are iMac, iPod, iPhone, iPads and its latest advanced product is iWatch, which is on the edge of creating another revolution after iPhone. Apple Inc. has transformed its image from an inventive computer manufacturer to a fully-fledged consumer 's electronic company.
Advertisement is about Sharpie, but we found the Apple logo in the ad. It is so amazing to analysis why the designer use other company’s logo in the Sharpie print ad. This advertisement aims to make a relation between Sharpie as a drawing instrument, and Apple logo as a design of a famous designer for the largest tech company in the world. Rob Janoff was Apple logo designer in 1997.
You could communicate faster and be on the go at the same time. Laptops have changed America just as much. Laptops have changed America by it making businesses more successful and more organized. It has also made lives in America better because they have more ways than ever to communicate better. Smartwatches have also changed America.
The study showed “sophisticated algorithmic search engines, has made accessing information as easy as lifting a finger. No longer do we have to make costly efforts to find the things we want.” (Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips, Pg.) “The four studies found that when people are faced with difficult questions, people are primed to think about computers.” (Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences of Having Information at Our Fingertips Pg.)
Throughout the course of history, technology has played a substantial role in the development of cities. Technology ultimately made everything more efficient. As seen in Jackson’s text Crabgrass Frontier, Jackson talks about the impact that technology had on the age of subdivision. Houses were improved after the war, and population increased. With the increase of population, more minds were put into the field of technology.
The internet has made it so much easier to find new information, if only we wouldn 't get so sidetracked. There is no reason to get rid of the use of technology, but we need to find a way for us to discipline ourselves to only use it for our
In the article he says ….“For the past 30+ years, as I have studied the "psychology of technology" I have always taken a strongly positive view about the impact it has on our culture and all of my writing has been in service of seeing how we can make the most of these marvelous inventions. From the beginnings of the Internet, to the rapid rise of the WWW, laptops, smartphones, tablets and more, we now have the world at our fingertips whenever we want and wherever we might find ourselves.” ..... He continues on to say ….“Lately
Likewise, some things discover during the Renaissance period, have also helped in terms of technology. One example would be the discovery of the printing press. Something that has not only helped people gain easy access to literature and other works of science besides; it has also helped in the production of books. As move into an era of technological advancement, the invention and elements of the renaissance continue to play a significant role in today’s society. Just like Gutenberg sought out to make printing and distribution of literature accessible to much of Europe, so does the inventions today seek to bring forth a rebirth in science, arts, and technology.
The human race has got to see some of the top best inventions during the 20th century, for example- the radio, the airplane, nuclear power, automobile, and the one that has by far made human life easy and efficient is the computer. The invention of the computer has led to some of the most significant concepts, ideas, and inventions that eventually led to the evolution of human life. And the major ones are, the internet, long distance communication, easy and safe research and much more! The computer was invented by Charles Babbage, an English mechanical engineer, and polymath who is also titled as the “father of computers”.
Likewise, some things discover during the Renaissance period, have also helped in terms of technology. One example would be the discovery of the printing press. Something that has not only helped people gain easy access to literature and other works of science besides; it has also helped in the production of books. As move into an era of technological advancement, the invention and elements of the Renaissance continue to play a significant role in today’s society. Just as Gutenberg sought out to make printing and distribution of literature accessible to much of Europe, so do, the inventions today seek to bring forth a rebirth in science, arts, and technology.
Just as the computer and music industries changed their products to advance technology and improve portability, the implementation of the catalytic converter, during the 1970s, sought to provide a cleaner, more environmentally friendly way to reduce hazardous auto emissions. A catalytic converter converts toxic auto pollutants in the exhaust gas to less toxic levels of pollutants
In the 70s, many new inventions were in being created. This included new electronics, transportation systems, and other items that are now considered essential to our everyday lives. “The 1970s were a decade of impressive technological invention and development with the first microprocessors, calculators and video games strutting onto the scene oozing cool,” (“7 Technologies to Thank” 2010). Some of these inventions included Post-it Notes made by Arthur Fry, the Rubiks Cube made by Ernie Rubik, Floppy Discs, and the Hacky Sack. Today we still use many objects that were made in the same time period such as digital cameras, pocket calculators, bar codes, the email, roller blades, and VCRs.
It is regarded to by many as the greatest invention of all time. However, the internet has truly malformed the way we think. This may not seem like a big deal, but we are not conscious of the implications while exploring the internet. Media, especially can have people outraged by their short depictions of events because the majority of people are easily influenced due to the lack of reading and thought. The internet is obviously not all bad, it has revolutionized the way people connect and share information that is unparalleled by anything before it.
Throughout the 1939 New York World’s Fair technology and the ideas involving technology were going to improve tremendously, and the people who were once doing all the hard work and labor were finally going to get something everyone had been waiting for. The transition from sending letters to your loved one to being able to hear their voices in real time through a phone, or the idea of eliminating traffic jams by creating highways. This new and improved technology and these ideas are what gave these people a great idea of the future ahead of them and the inventions they would come in touch with moving along. David Galernter’s book, 1939: The Lost World of the Fair, showed how beneficial these pieces of technology were to the process of improving