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    know that i want a smartphone. Smartphones are the best option because it can help you organize your entire life. Smartphones can give you the ability to contact people in many different ways. They also, can keep you up to date on everything going on around the world. All of these reasons are why I think smartphones are the best option. To begin with, smartphones can keep you organized. You can download many free apps to help keep your life in order. When you get a smartphone, there is already a

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    shaping image asocial between smartphones and millennial. It is not just image association is the factor motivating the urge to own a smartphone but it is also a fundamental reason as to why certain individual is against the addiction of smartphone itself, claiming that it has increased detrimental impacts of smartphone over usage in the world today. Therefore, it is vital to study whether there is image association between both the elements. Assumption was made that smartphone brands does contribute to

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    In contemporary world, smartphone are playing a very important role in human’s life. It’s a technology that keeps on developing everyday to make the life of each person easier. The impacts of smartphone are obvious include social life, business and pollution. Mobile technology has already changed the cultural specification and behaviour of each person especially in today. The impacts are both at the positive side and negative side. Social life Smartphone is a very fast, convenient and fashionable

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    In-Class Smartphone Use Introduction IT technologies today improve continuously and with great speed. In a blink of the eye, as it seems, smartphones, tablets and computers become smarter and more sophisticated. Simultaneously, these technologies become cheaper and, therefore, more affordable to people, which also means that smartphones have now become a must have for everyone. School and college students are not an exclusion. Various sources report that up to 99% of students have a smartphone, and nearly

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    INTRODUCTION The first concept of smartphone technology starts at the early 2000s. These advances in technology brought about the introduction of the iPhone, the Android operating system and more. In 2007, January, Steve Jobs of Apple introduces the iPhone which he refers to as a "revolutionary and magical product." It became more popular until now and keep growing to the high level of smartphone technology. Smartphone technology has continue to grow in importance nowadays and become one of the critical

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    is about smartphone and how does it affect relationship of teenagers with family and friends. It is to show teenager the positive and negative impacts of the smartphone on relationship. Smartphone can keep people connected with the world at their fingertips. Millions of people around the world are carrying around smartphones that keep them constantly connected to the internet. However they already have a huge influence on human behaviour. For instance, people are giving their smartphones more attention

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    appears on your smartphone; it could be work related email or could be a message from friend, should we give a look or ignore because we are working. Anyone with office job and smartphone faces this dilemma. There is a common belief about the use of internet during work time that it will take away working time and hence reduce the work productivity but a few minutes of smartphone usage will not normally affect the work. Nowadays It is very common that everyone will check smartphone at least once during

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    successful use of smartphones in an academic context: Hbcu students' perspective. Academy Of Educational Leadership Journal, 19(3), 175-185. The article discussed the smartphones’ relevance in the students’ learning experience in the academe. DeLone and McLean’s Information Systems Success Model was the model adapted for the research and students from Historically Black College or University (HBCU), from freshmen up to seniors, were the ones whose perspectives about the smartphones success in education

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    How Young Is Too Young For A Smartphone? Today about 80 percent of teens between 12 and 17 own a smartphone, and it’s not uncommon to see three and four years old becoming quite fluent with using a touch tablet or a touch device, so by the time they turn 6 or 7 years old they are very comfortable with the mobile devices. But how young is too young for a smartphone? Mobile phone is a need nowadays, it is a source for a person to contact his friends and family. In a case of emergency one can contact

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    Smartphones: Connects Long Distant, Disconnects Reality In the last twenty years, technology has become a worldwide phenomenon; becoming a trademark in all our lives and our homes. From smartphones and iPad to Google Home and smartwatches, we allowed technology to get the best of us, we use gadgets and widgets for just about everything without a push of the button, we can just use the sound of our voice. But the ones who suffered the most with the technology kick is… Teens. Adolescence has become

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    Smartphones are in the pockets of almost all teens living in a first-world country every day. These devices have the ability to bring communication with ease and distance in only a matter of seconds. The effects that’s phones have by continually checking them must be the cause of teens depression, anxiousness, and being antisocial. Do these effects create negative long-term impacts? Where are adolescents learning the examples of cell phone use? In "Are Smart Phones Really Destroying the Adolescent

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    How are smartphones affecting the middle or high school student’s teen life? Well, in the century we live in, technological devices are considered essential. Thus, considering smartphones, many adults and children are being introduced to new relevant technological products everyday around the nation. Although of how beneficial smart devices could be, middle and high school students seem to become too dependent on their cell phones and other 21st Century technology. To emphasize, smartphones in schools

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    Smartphone is one of the best invention in twenty first century. Smartphone is an all-in device that provide functionality of other device such as calculator, torch light, media player and camera. According to Pei and Lionel (2006), unspecific promoting planner had started to use the term smartphone to bring up new type of cell phone that can enable information access and use computing power to process. Smartphone allow us to contract with people, access information and make transaction within our

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    Smartphones have become an important device in people's everyday lives. However, the excessive use of smartphones can hurt society. There are a few benefits that smartphones contribute to society. For example, some people may say that smartphones are a great tool for communication with family and friends or that they provide instant access to information or help. Despite the few advantages, these devices have created a growing problem on society such as distraction and mental health issues. Smartphones

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    In the article, “Hooked on Our Smartphones” by Jane E. Brody, the author claims that people in the current generation are addicted to their phones which causes them health problems and invisibility to the real world. Brody is supporting her argument by giving others and her opinion who have a great say looking at real data. She thinks that “The good idea comes in the moment of rest.” (par. 1) But even though a person has time after work or fulfilling their responsibilities, technology is something

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    in her article, “Have Smartphones destroyed a Generation?”, published in The Atlantic. Twenge states many observations she had made on this subject, with not many showing smartphones in the best light. While agreeing with the fact that cellphones are overused, is it possible to blame an object for single-handedly destroying a generation? Smartphones are used as a scapegoat for the much larger issue, people's lack of self control. These days it is hard not to notice smartphones everywhere. Eyes,of both

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    Smartphones Are Hurting Our Kids Although smartphones have only been around for 30 years, it has become a crucial part of our life. With smartphones, we are able to connect with colleagues, teachers, friends, families, and even the outside world. We have instant access to countless information and continuous updates on current events and issues. However, our obsession with smartphones has a dark side. Research over the past few years has shown that smartphones are actually hurting people, specifically

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    use of smartphones puts on the society. The study included these impacts in the fields such as education, business, human psychology health and social life. As one of the most positive impacts, smartphones have been sold in a huge number in a small time period which created a new business dimension and offered an opportunity to businesses to invest in the phone application development, as the research mentions. Some of the negative impacts as the study states that the popularity of smartphones has affected

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    appalling rise of mental health illnesses in the adolescents of today and Jean M. Twenge believes their smartphones to be the catalysts. In her article, “Have Smartphones Ruined a Generation?” Twenge effectively advocates that parents moderate their children smartphones usage by establishing her credibility, through different voices and a diplomatic tone, and by suggesting a correlation between smartphones and the rise of mental health issues in the iGen. Who exactly are the iGen? Twenge identifies the

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    innovations in the cellular industry and several improvements were applied according to the demand from the users. That is where the smartphones enters the market. The term smartphone refers

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