The technology we have today has evolved. This helps us in many ways. But this has not always been so. The technologies we have today are very different: there are smart phones, tablets and laptops. In the 1960s and 1970s, technology began to be presented to the public. For example, in 1963, the computer mouse was invented and was presented to the public in 1968. In 1977, Apple released one of the first laptops. Even if the laptop is first released in 1977, it is nothing compared to that Apple has now released. The MacBook Air is a laptop and most intelligent people in the world.
In today's world, we can not live without technology such as computers, mobile phones, TV and others. These technologies have become part of our daily lives and live without them would be for some of us imagine.
The technology has many advantages. It makes life easier everyday. Take the example of a washing machine. It is hard to imagine today how it was done to wash his clothes before his invention. But it was hard work! Almost all popular technologies from the car phone to have the ultimate aim to reduce stress in humans.
A second advantage is the communication and mobility. The modern communication systems have drastically reduced the communication time between two people. Today, communication between different countries is almost instantaneous. This greatly helps the development of a true global village. Travel time is also greatly reduced. We can now taste the fresh fruits and vegetables which yesterday were in their orchards on the other end of the world.
Global tourism has grown accordingly. Technology has also increased productivity by almost every industry in the world. We produce more, using fewer resources and a greater number of people.
Technology may seem expensive to implement, but to save long term, particularly when inexpensive technological solution can be found to replace an overly expensive low-tech. However, there are other factors to consider besides the cost. Newest gadgets
can bring benefits such as improved services or transparency, which are worth extra expenses. An evaluation of the profitability and potential benefits should be made before committing to adopt new technology.