Mobile phone use is a fad that will die out in about twenty years time?

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  • Mobile phone use is a fad that will die out in about twenty years time?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 10:40
I think that is probably correct (if the planet even survives that long). They might however be replaced with microchip implants in our brains instead of having to use an actual phone to do all that mindless stuff that cell phones do these days. I personally find people who are addicted to their cell phones are, well, shall we say, 'interesting'. It seems to me like most people do *not* find their cell phone 'boring'. On the contrary, their lives seem to revolve around it. If it breaks down, they freak out. I have a simple cell phone ... and I use about 15 minutes of call or text time on it per month. Mine doesn't have 'apps' or games or internet access or any of that stuff. It's a phone, not my life! (lol) ~~~~~ I like the bit of word source information as well :) ~~~~~ Will our current preoccupation with the internet also die out?
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