The popularity of cell phones is growing and will continue to be adopted by more and more consumers every day. Likewise, the escalation of using cell phones in every aspect of day to day life, even while people are driving is becoming extremely popular. Going hand in hand, cell phone ownership and the usage of cell phones is only going to continue on expanding. A study conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project revealed that cell phone ownership is indeed increasing. Their findings determined in 2013, “Cell phones are now being used by 91% of adults… [compared to their findings of 65% of adults in November of 2004]” (Rainie).
Ever since its concept was first conceived, the media has always had a tremendous influence in our life, with or without our awareness. The media is ever-growing and has always been evolving alongside with humanity as it is the result of society’s intellect. Since the late 20th century, with the creation of the Internet and ICT, the facade of the media has been changed fundamentally and has also created a completely new lifestyle that has never existed before. The new form of today’s Internet-based media is called digital media and is making a considerable impact to millennials all over the world. In Asia today, digital media is an inseparable part of young people’s daily life.
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR The development of new technologies has led to dynamic changes in customer needs and preferences. Mobile phones have had one of the fastest adoption rates amongst households in the world’s modern society (Comer and Wikle, 2008). Consumer behaviour is majorly attributed to by
HEALTH: In this era of advanced technology, we can’t think of a life without our phone. We use it for everything; it provides us with many different and complex features. Although the Smartphone has made our life much easier. As we use Smartphone daily, there are several impacts of Smartphone on our human health and life which include effect of electromagnetic waves on human brain, it also has an effect on human’s extremities back and neck. • POSITIVE IMPACT: Today Smartphone are the most regularly utilized gadgets for correspondence and right around 27% of the customers utilize Smartphone's for online exercises.
Nowadays, technology is getting really advanced and it is becoming an essential part of life. The most rapidly growing technologies in the world is smart phone. Smartphone also can be known as mobile phone or cell phone. All people around the world are used smartphone, but the people age around 60 years and above are less use of smart phone. However, the people aged under 25 years are frequently use this rapidly growing technology.
India is one of the fastest growing telecom markets in the world with an addition of 9- 10 million subscribers per month. In the last two decades, the mobile telephony and Indian Telecom Sector in particular has captured the imagination of India by reforming the way the people communicate, sharing the information and through its astonishing growth helped millions of people stay connected. Telecommunication services are one of the driving forces for overall economic growth of a country and are globally recognized. They are also one of the essential support services needed for quick development and renovation of various sectors of the economy. The Indian Government has recognized this fact and therefore, it has taken several major market leaders of telecommunication to provide a business friendly environment for companies in this
Company posted its highest market share in more than a decade in July 2015. Almost one in every 2 passenger vehicles is of Maruti brand. Maruti Suzuki produced more vehicles than ever before in its history in last 2-3 months. It aims for the output of 1.44 million this fiscal year. Company’s market share is close to 47% and it has grown by over 8% over past 4 years.
Complemented by the ingenious minds of tech entrepreneurs, rapid growth in technology has led to the rise of innovations such as social network Facebook and instant messaging (IM) platform WhatsApp, displacing many traditional values that once formed the foundation of many 21st century families. Formerly known as the most popular game amongst children, the rugged childhood tag games are now a mere past time as contemporary lifestyle gadgets such as smartphones and tablets have grown to be a necessity in the lives of many children. With the overwhelming influence that technology has made in the 21st century, this article evaluates the social impact which technology advancements has inflicted onto our modern society and highlights the adversities it has caused to communication in the present day. Even though it possesses the ability to aid people like Marc Brackett in comprehending and controlling their emotions, the article sheds a light on the apparent threat that technology poses to a community 's interpersonal adeptness. The existence of fundamental social skills such as courtship and conversational abilities has become endangered in our increasingly tech-savvy society, as technology continues to replace the most primitive learning method of social skills: face-to-face interaction.
This is attributed to the fact that the country has made massive steps towards effective technological advancements. These technological advancements have enabled the country to make improvements in their digital infrastructure; resulting in the high speed internet connections in the country. According to Youngs (2013), over 618 million people in the country were ardent internet users. This number shows the prevalence of internet use in the country. Additionally, the number of people in the country using mobile devices included an astonishing 83.4 percent (Wallis, 2013; Holloman, 2013).
The internet today is being used more than ever by young people. The ability to view the internet and be able to have a mobile phone is a positive aspect in today 's society. The internet and mobile devices are the two biggest ways of communication which play a huge role in our daily activities and development of identities. On the other hand, the technology used is also being used negatively. Thirty years ago, bullying typically looked like a bigger kid intimidating a younger one to show they are more dominant and have more power.