Unlike previous generations, millennials have grown up with technology at their fingertips. From flat screens to touch screens, iPads to iPhones, and everything going digital, it’s no wonder they use technology like it’s always been a part of life. With the huge variety of devices to choose from, why do they like smartphones the most? Here are 5 good reasons smartphones are their prefered device.
If you’re like one of the 1.7 billion people around the world who use Facebook, you already know how great it is for keeping in touch with family and friends. Even if you update your status, upload photo albums, or share videos, there are some things you might not know about. Here are 4 tricks you should try with your Facebook account.
If you’re like some people, only the most expensive smartphones will do. Buying anything less than the most recent full priced smartphone is simply not acceptable. Although this guarantees the most up to date technology, is it really worth the huge price tag?
If you look around these days, just about everyone has a smart phone in their hand. They are using it to make calls, texts, check their email, stay up to date on social media sites, and find a restaurant they’ve never been to before. We can’t imagine what life was like before we had these small magical devices that could tell us anything we want, any time of day. But are smartphones really making us smarter, or more dumb?
It may seem like science fiction to think of a permanent tattoo being able to replace your smartphone, but what if it were true? Can you imagine getting a tattoo embedded on your skin that can interact with you the way a smartphone does? This is a new type of innovation that is being developed as we speak.
Since the onset of online shopping, consumers have loved the convenience of being able to order something on their computer and have it shipped directly to their house. You can get what you want without ever taking off your pajamas, driving to the store, fighting crowds, or using gas. Online sales are as strong as ever, but computers are no longer responsible for the majority of these purchases. Smartphones are now the number one way people purchase items online.
If you’re like most people in the world, you use your smartphone to send texts, make calls, check your email, look up movie times, or navigate your way to a new restaurant. What if I told you that your smartphone could be used to help diagnose cancer?
According to FirstPost, smartphones have the ability to become microscopes that can possibly detect certain types of skin cancer. Although normal telescopes are preferred, a smartphone microscope has been found to be fairly accurate in detecting cancer, especially in developing countries. In remote areas where no telescopes are available, smartphone microscopes could photograph the growths, then forward them on for more extensive examination.
When a traditional light microscope was compared to a smartphone microscope, the smartphone microscope was able to detect 90% of the non-melanoma skin cancers. This number, although not 100%, is quite impressive. The smartphone microscope was also able to detect 60% of the melanomas. These figures give hope for better diagnosis and treatment for cancer all around the world.