Annotated Bibliography On Smartphones

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Annotated Bibliography Sarwar, Muhammad, and Tariq Rahim Soomro. "Impact of Smartphone’s on Society." European Journal of Scientific Research 98.2 (2013): 216-226. This article explores the idea that technology, such as smartphones, has taken over our lives. Our daily activities are usually put on hold by a smartphone. It can be a dangerous thing to own one. This allows people to interact via text, social media, play games, and even watch television. It is ruining the purpose of being active. As we see today, many teens and even adults tend to be overweight. A study shows that the persons have spent too much time with their technology. A study in the U.K showed that about 37 percent of adults and 60 percent of teens admitted they were highly…show more content…
As we all know, cell phones and electric cars weren’t around in the 1950’s. Today you look around and almost everyone has a smartphone. This is a distraction to drivers and a distraction in your life. Each day a new tech is being built. We cannot keep up with this amount of technology in our lives. Society has decided not to reject technology, but to let it come. This article also discusses how fast technology can be made, and why it is having such a rapid growth. Greenfield, Susan. "Modern Technology Is Changing the Way Our Brains Work, Says Neuroscientist." Mail Online. Associated Newspapers, n.d. Web. 10 Mar. 2016. Susan Greenfield is writing about how technology is affecting out brains functionality. Inventions that are capable of replacing broken limbs have already come to be. A chip is inserted into your body. The brain is shaped on mainly what you do on a day to day basis. Many kids are on their phones, and this may be constant pressure on the eyes and brain. Technology is like alcohol. It will put you under the influence. In the long run you get adapt to the tech and this can affect personality, behavior, and even characteristics. This article goes on to speak on other main threats technology has to the break. Deloatch, Pamela. "The Four Negative Sides of Technology." The Four Negative Sides of Technology. Edudemic, 2 May 2015. Web. 10 Mar.…show more content…
Technology may be good, but it has its long term consequences. The age of use of iPod’s and tablets of some sort has increased drastically. This means young children are seeing things they probably shouldn’t. Children are finding it harder to drop their technology. They are now creating social media accounts. Children may discover an inappropriate website through advertisements. This can lead to cyber bullying and even endanger your child with the amount of killers, predators, creeps on the internet. This article also discusses key negatives of technology. Walker, Brittany. "The Positive and Negative Impacts Technology Has on Our Daily Lives." University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Icet, 19 Sept. 2014. Web. 10 Mar. 2016. People tend to treat technology as a family member. It may reconnect us with lost friends and family members, but it tends to make people lazy and stubborn. People have become very dependent of their technology. It seems harder than ever to have a real conversation with a friend without using technology. No one tends to engage in conversations the “old fashion” way anymore. As you look at onto the world, everyone’s heads are looking down at a glowing screen or up at a big screen. Brin, David. The transparent society: Will technology force us to choose between privacy and freedom?. Basic Books,
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