Mobile Phones Revolutionize Communication Capabilities


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Mobile Phones Revolutionize Communication Capabilities
The invention of the handheld mobile phone has greatly altered the cultural, social and economic landscape within America. As adoption rates and ownership have shot up over the past twenty-five years, the way people communicate with each other has now forever changed. As long as a cellular service network provides coverage, individuals possess a form of communication to the outside world. Under certain circumstances, this can be viewed as extremely helpful, efficient and sane. However, with the advent of the mobile phone, citizens are never truly free to roam, and the device has helped usher the way toward collectivism that frowns upon late adopters.
Person-to person communication has...
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