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Technology is expanding at a fast pace We are discovering more ways to do things faster and easier and are making our lives easier In our lives today computers are an essential to our everyday life There are so many different reasons to why we are so captivated to the functions of computers Its unbelievable when my mom was born no one knew what computers were only those who were wealthy and rich In my opinion computers are creating both positive and negative consequences however research shows that some users may be addicted Computers are used everyday but it doesnt mean that we are too dependent on it or are we Yes we are dependent on computers in every part of our lives We become more addicted to computers each day as we use them daily Today we can do anything and everything online either on our computers laptops or smart-phones There is no need to learn how to write cursive or to have a nice hand writing we now have computers for that There is no longer need for us to know basic math if now all computers have calculators Google is also there to help us find any question we might need help with Spelling out words never got so easy after the introduction of computers whenever we have misspelled a word the computer will correct it for us Everything has just got easier for us after we began to use computers Right now the main question would be whether or not if we are all too dependent on computers Even if we are old young or even a child everybody is now infatuated and so indulged in the way the new technologies are being developed In my opinion I do think that we depend too much on computers People are spending approximately 48 of their time on the screen Yes we are addicted In our society people are becoming obsessed
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