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[HDGEM] Without a doubt the single most used device that everyone uses these days are smartphones

It's amazing to think only 10 years ago, there were no iPhones or any smart phones at all. The wow phone of 2006 was the ultra thin Moto Razr. It was silver and it did not have a color screen, it did not have internet capabilities, it could not email and it certainly did not have any mobile apps.

But obviously that's all changed. These days changing your iPhone or Android is as common as going to the dentist because your introduction rate is up. Society is simply glued to smartphones due to all the snaps, posts, tweets, pins, replies and anything else I've missed.

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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 1/27/2017 07:39:00 PM
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