Taking about the technological communication device, I usually use on an iPhone, a laptop, an iPad mini, an amazon fire, and Alienware Alpha on a daily basis. Most of these electrical devices were acquired in a normal way, I purchased these on Amazon.com. But the iPad mini is a gift…Tags: IIT
On a day-to-day basis, it is rare that I am without some sort of technological device. If I’m not using my phone, then I am on my laptop. Often I use devices simultaneously—for example, I read my kindle and listen to music while I’m using the elliptical at the gym….
My tangled mess of Apple earbuds represents my succession through many Apple products, each of which came with its own pair of buds that now gets about as little use as the original product itself. My technotrash lies around just as much for sentimental reasons as that I don’t know…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane
There have been many devices that have had a great importance in my life so far. I would have to say that the most personal information I have about myself and honestly care about resides in my current laptop and my old hand-me-down laptop given to me by my uncle,…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane
The electronic device which I chose to discuss is the remote control. Generally speaking, and if I am not mistaken, remote controls that were made to control televisions were invented in the 50’s, and have ever since become more and more obsolete. The “SANYO” remote control which I found in…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane
Sitting, untouched and dead, on the third shelf in my closet is my white, sticker clad Apple laptop purchased in 2007. From seventh grade till twelfth grade, that computer was my lifeline. Every assignment I ever did is still saved onto its hard drive, including draft after draft of grueling…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane
One of the turning points for me was when I received my first iPod, or my first “real” piece of technology. I remember begging my mom for weeks to get me one for my birthday, insisting that my Sony Walkman just wasn’t good enough anymore. After relentless persisting, she finally…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane
I was in fifth grade when I got my first cell phone. It feels like just yesterday that I staring with wide eyes at the pink and white wrapped box that held my long awaited elementary school graduation gift. The hot pink Razr inside that box represented much more than…Tags: Technology Analysis > Tulane