Apple has a huge consumer market in today’s tech gadget world. Apple known for the iPhone, iPad and other products are seen as very trendy that many people like to purchase. Though faced with other rival companies and hate from other consumers. It’ still tends to do very well and doesn’t seem to be slowing do too much. Apple has its regular consumers base who buy their products whenever they feel that they are in need of one. But there are the die hard fans who need to buy every single product released. An odd phenomenon? Let’s find out.
The internet, a technology that many of us cherish, need and access everyday. Users are able to access information, read, play games, communicate and so forth. It definitely keeps us all connected into one giant web. But what if your internet provider has a hiccup and their system goes down for more than 5 minutes? Could you survive for hours or days without it? What if you don’t have your smart phone or computer with you to access the internet? Could you hang on to your sanity? Though many say that we are addicted to technology. I believe it’s the internet that is the true driving force for our addiction. If we can’t access it, we start to feel the withdrawals. We being to panic and wonder what we’re missing out on. What else can I do with my time? What a disaster.
I love the new HD TVs coming out today. They are lighter, sleeker, sharper, and capable of doing much more. I can’t even imagine them getting better than this. But I’m sure it will and I can’t wait to see what comes next in the next few years. But there is just one problem. If you get a TV now it will probably be obsolete in a year or 2. Why? Well because the industry is just pumping out TVs capable of doing so much more so quickly.
Encountering them on a daily basis, we see the occasional pedestrian who seems to be walking either extra slow, not walking in a straight line or occasionally walking to an object. Is it the dead coming back to life? Is the world over as we know it? Why are these people walking with their heads down? They just end up walking into signs, doors and even other people. It’s not the dead, but the regular everyday breathing citizen walking and texting at the same time.
We all use the social media tools out there. Either as Google +, Twitter, MySpace, Facebook etc to keep in contact with friends or just share your personal experiences. Of course the best part of using these tools is that it’s all it’s free. These providers don’t just wait for us to sign up, they push ads to get us to join if we’re not on board. For them it’s about getting the most users to join and of course they want to make money. Which they do in order to sustain themselves and grow. But once on board, have you noticed the amount of Ad’s being thrown in your face? Want to get away from them? Well, it’s not that easy.