Reaction "The Watchful Lab of Dr.Bell"

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Reaction “The Watchful Lab of Dr.Bell” From The New York Times, Feb. 16, 2014 By Natasha Singer As the electronic guy in my family, the article served me well with a lot of new informations and proofs. I try to be updated with the newest technology in the world so that I can expect the next technology, to be honest right now I don’t get surprised easily by the technology, I’m not sure why exactly, but maybe it’s because the lack of innovation. Now a days companies introduce a huge amount of smartphones, laptops, TVs, and all kind of technology, but none of them is revolutionary it’s almost the same but with one or two new features. When Dr.Bell went to examine how people act with their built-in technology in their cars I got exited because I’ll always argue with my cousins on this topic, they say it’s so cool to have a screen on the front desk or other kinds of entertainment devices inside the car. For me actually I was confused why people focus on the built-in entertainment services while they can do the exact same thing maybe even more on their smartphone? So after I read the results I was happy that this examination confirmed my opinion. I believe it’s very logical that people prefer using the smartphone rather than built-in technology, the smartphone is much faster and easier and above all it can do almost everything in one single device. About the dual-screen laptops that can celebrate presence, I’m not 100% sure if it’s a good project or not. If someone tries to communicate with me through a computer while I’m sitting in the other table, I’ll find it really weird and awkward. It’s much better to talk to me in person, typing in the computer to communicate with me might give me the wrong impression on that person as I can see him/her as unconfident person. The only thing I can think of to use this project in good use is to communicate with
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