Hawley, Ellis W. . New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992.

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Companies should learn from them about the usage of technology in a better way to make other’s lives easier. Google also used technology in a very good way.

Ribuffo, Leo P. , Vol. 33, No. 2 (Summer, 1981), pp. 206-231.

According to me, Apple has launched most innovative products in the recent time. They changed the mobile phone industry with revolutionary iPhone. Otherwise we would still be using those Nokia Symbian phones. Then they gave music industry a boom with iTunes and then they launched iPad. They have really done so many good things and tell us how we can use technology positively.

Lewis, Sinclair. . New York: Signet Classic, Penguin Putnam Inc., 1998.

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If there is one area in our lives where the impact of technology is so apparent it could be no other than in the business sector. Business transactions are so much faster these days that money change hands albeit electronically by the nanosecond. What is more exciting is that these business acquisitions and gains are possible even when the buyer and the seller are at the opposite parts of the world. Moreover, calculations today are more accurate. This is certainly very helpful for every entrepreneur when it comes to making decisions. Technology has also made products more available to consumers too. This means big businesses are unable to strongly monopolize the industry since there are other companies that can offer a cheaper alternative. The power to choose should always be at the hands of the consumer.

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Starting from the toy string telephone to the smart phones of today technology has definitely made keeping in touch a lot easier. Mobile phones have become essential because you can now call anyone at anytime, anywhere. In fact even outer space is not a hindrance for speaking with loved ones or with anyone over the phone. Meanwhile, even if in all probability nothing will really prepare us if nature truly wrecks havoc but with our more modern means of communication technology has given us a measure of a chance of survival in case of natural disasters.

Roberts, Mary Louise.  , Vol. 103, No. 3 (January, 1998), pp. 817-884.

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