This is happens as users spend hours chatting online till late and become worn out the next day, which disables concentration.
, there is gaming on the phones, there is basically anything for anyone, a Smartphone is an electronic drug.
Smartphones and how they affect us
Done by Kubzi Setati
What is a Smartphone? <ul><li>An electrical handheld device which is integrated with cellular and computing functionality. </li></ul><ul><li>Capabilities: The functionality of a complete Personal Organizer with small book/binder, containing a Calendar, Address Book, Touch screen, synchronization, wireless connectivity. </li></ul>
Smartphone’s & Productivity <ul><li>Smartphone’s host various entertainment applications that enable users to lose focus in the workplace, at school, home and other areas of sociability. </li></ul>
Smartphone’s in the workplace <ul><li>Companies are now using Smartphone's as a substitute for hard copies, this is dangerous because if a Smartphone is stolen every essential part of information is lost and it can not be retrieved </li></ul><ul><li>Smartphone's cause people to communicate informally. </li></ul>
Smartphone's & sociability <ul><li>Smartphone users spend more time on their phones than socializing. </li></ul><ul><li>This happens because people are phased with the new trend of becoming more popular. </li></ul>
Smartphone’s and education <ul><li>Smartphone’s have decreased the level of intellect due to the high usage of chatting which enables users not to concentrate. </li></ul><ul><li>Students also tend to spell incorrectly due to the way in which they communicate over IM applications. </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><li>Smartphones are a burden to society, the electronic market has phased in hostile relationships. Thus smartphones are affecting productivity, communication in the work place, social engagement, and have an effect in education. </li></ul>
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