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Technology of Mobile Phones

Where will technology take us?

With the introduction of the newest gadgets every year, the

experts have given us the technology to put almost

everything we do into one little device. The Mobile Phone.

Once just used for simple person-to-person contact, the

mobile phone has grown up a lot since its introduction in

the 90ís.

Even your basic cell phones offer a selection of advanced

features. Where will it end?

Will our mobile phone one day run our lives?

Unlock our cars perhaps?

Be used as a remote control for our television?

Of course, you can place calls with your mobile phone from

almost anywhere and at anytime.

Of course there are still a few places out there where the

signal antennas don't reach, but before long, this wont


Another feature that is more common on phones now is text

messaging. This works just the same as instant messengers

on our computers.

People can talk to each other via text. This makes

conversing easier when one person is otherwise occupied and

cannot keep an actual conversation at the time.

Another feature most phones have nowadays is a digital

camera. This feature has both its pros and cons.

Most people don't carry a camera with them at all times for

those moments when we wish we did have one. They have

proven helpful in situations like car accidents, criminal

situations, and even catching the occasional embarrassing

moment on film.

But there have also been arguments in regards to privacy.

People have been found using the camera phone for spying on

other people in places like dressing rooms and under


Cell phones now offer so many more advanced options. Things

such as MP3 players, FM radios, GPS services and advanced

Internet capabilities. Someday, our mobile phones may

replace our notebook computers in their capabilities.

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