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One of the signs of modern life is that each member of the family has his own individual mobile phone. Gone are the days when a household telephone was shared, wired to the telephone exchange and it was possible to call from home only in the order of priority, if someone picked up the phone before you.
Of course, a personal mobile phone is not only calls from it, sending and receiving SMS, but also much more. In fact, the mobile phone has long become our main assistant: it has a calendar, an alarm clock, a notebook, a calculator, games, a photo and video camera, a video and audio player, and much more. And all this can sometimes be lost in seconds if water gets into the device. Continue reading
Instead of talking on a cell phone, many people prefer to send a short text message to their interlocutor – SMS. But at the same time, few people know that the word spoken and the word written sometimes have the property to mislead. How? Photo: pixabay.com During the conversation, you can ask something again, if it’s not entirely clear, but you won’t always “ask again” with SMS, as the meaning is perceived unambiguously and without shades.
Need an example? The couple had a big fight. All day they did not call each other and did not send SMS. Toward evening, while at work, the husband receives an SMS of the following content: – Vasya, buy chicken. The husband sends SMS: – Good. Kisses. At the end of this message, he forgets to put a question mark. Waiting for an answer, but it is not. Returning home from work, the husband forgets to go to the supermarket and buy chicken. Continue reading
Modern telephone communication is represented not only by stationary desktop devices, but also by a huge number of mobile models. As they say, for every taste and every wallet. Wired exchanges are no longer being produced, and existing ones are on the verge of closure due to the outflow of subscribers. A landline phone almost everywhere lost its niche to a mobile one.
You can enjoy the progress, but something is not observed much joy among the owners of sophisticated touch devices. What is the matter? Sensors revealed three major problems. The first of them is the difficulty of refusing any subscriptions. For example, you go to some website offering the product you need or the right service.
While the site is loading, an offer to subscribe to a daily paid notification with the news of the resource automatically pops up on the smartphone’s monitor. You absolutely do not need this service. Of course, you touch “Refuse” with your finger. But the trick is that the site has not fully loaded yet and in the next two seconds, instead of “Opt out”, “Subscribe” will be under your finger! Continue reading