4/25/14

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch (5th/6th)

Smartphone

by Weasel town


        HELLO THERE!! This report is about smartphones. In this report you will read about Smartphones. For example,Smartphones have made a big difference. Next, you will read about why smartphones are bad, like it can be addicting and take over your life.  Finally, you will read about why smartphones are good . I’ll bet you didn’t know that the first smartphone was called a Simon. if you look it up you will probably find an old phone.

How has the smartphone changed our lives?

        This paragraph is about addiction of the smartphone. According to, Rachel Arrandilla, the smartphone is becoming and addiction. people have the all the time! They have them when they go to bed, during the day, or even in the bathroom. Gross! 37% adult and 60% teenagers admit to being addicted to smartphones. 58% boys are addicted. 42% girls are addicted. An average teenager takes up 10.5 hours of media a day!

        This paragraph is about the nice things the smartphones gave us. According to, Dave Couston, Jonathan Strickland, and John perritano. You can take notes on your smartphone and save it for when you need it. You can communicate on your smartphone. you can send messages to computers and laptops. You can have calendars on your phone to keep track of events and alarm you when its time to go to something. It can download apps and games. They can scan a receipt or cash a check. They can replace your wallet. I think thats really cool, you would have to carry your smartphone and wallet. Not anymore!!  

        

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Works Cited

Last, First. “Title.” http://www.website.com Web.

Last name, First name. "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year article was published. Web. Day Month Year article was accessed. <URL>.

Example:

Cain, Kevin. "The Negative Effects of Facebook on Communication." Social Media Today RSS N.p., 29 June 2012. Web. 02 Jan. 2013. <http://www.website.com/folder/subfolder/file.html>