Technology As You Know It

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Technology As You Know It In The 1980’ What is your idea on technology? Is it phones or computers or maybe even transportation? Through the past years technology progressed towards a brighter future. On June 29 2007 the first IPhone was developed for the public, the iPhone 2g sure was not the best phone that has been developed but it was a huge impact in the social economy. It was one of the first touchscreen phones everyone wanted one. Since the first iPhone was developed, why not make more it’s like every year a new one has progressed to the public. Through the past 8 years there has been 8 generations of iPhones, the iPhone 3, 4, 5, 5s, 5c, 6, 6s, even the 6s plus crazy right. They have made it where you can download apps which help you…show more content…
Confronting an ongoing world economic recession and very high rates of unemployment throughout certain parts of the world such as Europe, the EEC was looking for many new ways to get the most out of its union. June, 1984, a meeting in Fontainebleau, France, established a Committee on Institutional Affairs under the chairmanship of Irish Senator James Doodge. The committee proposed not only that the EEC work harder toward achieving the already stated goal of abolishing frontiers with the common market, but also that the European Parliament be given more decision making power and the European Community be allowed a greater role in security and defense matters. Lord Arthur Cockfield, Who was responsible for preparing a detailed program and timetable for completing the internal market, took a more cautious approach that centered on economics, but that went far beyond the current customs union. Space he oversaw the writing of completing the internal market: White paper from the commission to the European Council (1985), which identified three categories of Barry errors to be illuminated by 1992 physical Barry, such as border checks for goods and people at national boundaries technical barriers such as national standards that discriminated against foreign goods and physical barriers such as different types rates of indirect tax. At the mill in summit of June, 1985, the European Council endorsed Cockfields White paper and examined the report
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