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Life in the future is set to be very exciting Your next mobile phone is keeping an eye on the house when you are on holiday you are surfing the net and downloading videos while your kids are lying on the beach or sitting on the train reading their E-book Later you are in a restaurant and after checking your pockets you find out that you have forgotten your wallet No worries just pick up that WAP phone and go to your banks website insert a few details and transfer some money on to your smartcard This very same card contains your passport driving license benefit book credit cards supermarket loyalty card travel pass soccer club season ticket digital TV license house and car keys medical records iris and fingerprint information The benefit of these cards is that they will work using eye-identification which is already a reality meaning that if thieves steal your card they will have to come back for your eyeball also That was a sample of the exciting future that awaits us and it is all possible thanks to the Internet which became a reality in the early 90s It all started in the States during the 70s when University professors experimented with a communications system that would be indestructible because it wasnt physical material so if one part was destroyed the network would keep on working The Internet grew very slowly with only a few extra hosts every year until the early 90s when there was huge interest and consequently a growth explosion Computers had to change to support the new system and home modems were introduced which made modems more compact unlike the earlier modems which resembled shoe boxes in size not mention the first ones which were the same size as filing cabinets The problem now seems to be that computers are advancing much too quickly It has never been so true that technology
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