Mobile phone companies are constantly competing with one another to attract more customers through high budget marketing campaigns and incremental innovations. Mobile phones are not bad at all and it is a necessity in life for everybody in today’s global society. Surveys show that in today’s society there are approximately 4.61 billion mobile devices and this number is forecast to increase to 5.07 billion by 2019 (Statista, 2013). Mobile technology has its side effects but it also has its benefits to society. Although such technologies bring sales and profit to companies and also meet customer needs, they have negative impacts in society.
Today we have a different workforce than what it used to be earlier. To keep up with the workforce today you must make friends with technology as the traditional style of work is not present anymore. You can see this change all over the world. Different companies are using different techniques to make their work smarter but all is attached with technology and we all know that Plantronics is one of the best in technology. The products and headphones are so amazing that many people assume it as the biggest breakthrough industry in making
The competition between Apple and Samsung is great thing for consumers because they are forcing each other to improve their products year after year. Competition will always bring out the best and it has certainly been proven after we continuously see how Apple and Samsung evolve. If there was no competition and there was only one phone company, the seller would be able to charge a higher price and offer less quality of their smartphones. We see this in almost every aspect as well with restaurants, clothing brands, music artists. It’s because of competition why they all strive to consistently improve their
However, the people aged under 25 years are frequently use this rapidly growing technology. Smartphone have become a very important part of our daily lives because it is the most convenient way for people to communicate. It is very difficult to imagine our live without a smart phone as most of our work is done using cell phones. There are variety named of smart phone manufacturers which are Nokia, Motorola,
Especially the mobile phone which popularity has increasing day by day and now a vast majority of users especially youngsters consider their mobile phone as an intimate accessory and maintain a very personal relationship with it (Bauer et al., 2005). As the new innovations are coming in mobile phone industry the life of mobile phones becomes shorter because the new mobile an update version is introduced with some new features and attributes and it also effect the consumer behavior because due to technological changes a consumer specially youngster forced to buy the updated version and it raises the question or problem of loyalty mean in this matter how we measure the loyalty and what are the parameters of loyalty. Also the past research on impact of brand and brand loyalty has been done mostly in mature market considering general consumers (Son, 2010), but as our major focus is on the students of Greenwich university and we are trying to find out the impacts of brand on younger
The current generation of fitness bands and smart watches are just the beginning of a revolutionary change. Smartphone users believe that wearable technology will expand in more numerous and impactful ways than the smart phones have ever did in the past decade. The fact that smart phones have become integrated in every aspect of our lives to such an extent that it makes it hard to even imagine a future without them. With two out of five smart phone users indicating that wearables might replace smart phones, it might indeed come to reality, although it may take some time. The signs of this change are already visible today, as half of the existing smart watch users are expecting that their favorite smart watches will be standalone devices, without the need for smart phones etc in the near
Over the last decade, technology has done nothing but advance, and people, especially teenagers, have become very accustomed to using it in their everyday lives. Gadgets such as cars, phones, and computers have all been created over time to make our lives easier and more efficient. Yes, times have changed and this newfound technology may seem like it is doing nothing but good, but are we becoming so dependent on technology that it is taking over our lives, resulting in bad leaders? Assuredly, the creation of transportation devices has gradually changed us and made us lazier. These devices were initially invented to make transportation quicker and easier, which they do, but mankind has taken it to the next level.
On the other hand smartphone products have a short lifetime and the frequency of changing from one product to another is high almost the same as for example the automotive industry. Many people who are the frequent user of a product or service changes their smartphones on regular basis as they had a high demand of frequency of change according to their basis of their income, way of living, business purpose and status. This also means that
Direct human interaction with ICT, as well as perceptions, emotions, and thoughts regarding the implementation of ICT in organizations and its pervasiveness in society in general, may lead to notable stress perceptions--a type of stress referred to as techno stress. Opening: It is an undeniable fact that technology has become an integral part in today’s society. Technological revolution in organisation has not only improve defficiency but also helps reduce the problem of boredom in the work place (Vieitez, Carcia, & Rodriquez, 2001). The advancement of technology has also been a dominant force in improving and enhancing the work performance of Pharmaceutical Brand Managers. Nevertheless, as technology is rapidly changing, it has caused a lot of employees to suffer from technostress.
Introduction The world is going more digital in this decade. Mobile phones have become integral part of our lives. There are also more mobile phones in the world than the toilets or other basic requirement.  That means mobile phones have become ubiquitous. It is one of the revolution that happened in this decade.