The Mobile Phone Essay

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The Mobile Phone Since the beginning of time, man has been inventing things; demand for technology is sky high and what the public wants, the public gets. Nothing, however, can compare with the sudden boost of the 21st century's best invention yet, the mobile phone. Communication has taken on a new meaning, and currently you cannot take a stroll down a typical street in Europeand not see one. Mobile Phones have taken the world by a storm and their rising popularity has impacted the planet tremendously ( According to the U.N, 400 million mobile phones are in use globally, and 250,000 more are added to the list each day (…show more content…
Soon enough in 1935, an American scientist invented the first FM radio. This was all scientists needed to spring into action. Eleven years later, people were already beginning to communicate in moving vehicles and 37 years after that, the first call on the first Cellular Phone of the history was made in the year 1983. The word 'Cell' in 'Cell Phone' was created because in order for the system to work, cities would need to have been divided into 'cells', thus increasing the amount of frequency waves in the air so numerous people would be able to speak on the phone at the same time. This concept was first discovered and developed by Motorola, the first Mobile Phone Company in history. The success of the industry is displayed by the chief of the statistical compendia branch of the Commerce Dept., who states that "the cell phone industry has shown remarkable growth over the decade, it's doubled over the last three years alone". It is clear that cell phones are here to stay. From the simple plain model to the high-tech, picture-taking, video-recording, internet models, it is almost impossible not to have one in a demanding lifestyle. A couple years ago on my visit to England, I was literally shocked to find two girls my age that had cell phones; needless to say, in a matter of two, three years I happened to own one myself, including almost everyone I was surrounded by! The original purpose

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