The cell phone traces back to the mid-20th century when the concept of wireless communication began to take shape. In 1973, Martin Cooper, an engineer at Motorola, made the first public mobile phone call using a handheld device. Early cell phones were large and bulky, with limited functionality and high costs. The 1990s witnessed a significant boom in cell phone adoption, with the introduction of smaller “brick” phones and then flip phones.
The new millennium brought revolutionary changes with the advent of smartphones, combining telephony with computing capabilities and internet access. The launch of the iPhone in 2007 revolutionized the industry, leading to a smartphone revolution that continues to shape our modern world, enabling constant connectivity and transforming the way we communicate, work, and interact with the world around us.
The short clip featured in the video below is about cell phone technology and how it affects relationships. Sure, it has improved the world in many ways. But everything that has a good side can also have a bad one and cell phones are no exception. They can connect you with loved ones that are far away from you, but as this video shows, they can also test your bond with those that are near.
A quiet family meal gets ruined when the sons get involved in text messaging, while sitting right at the dinner table. Their father politely waits for the salt that he asked the boys, but in vain. But the dad doesn’t let the rude behavior of his sons past him. He decides to take some hilarious action.
If your kids use cell phones too much, you need to show them this video! It will teach them not to text at the table! Watch the video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!