“The World Without Mobile” According To Qualcomm

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qualcommI’m sure at one point or another, all of us have thought “well, what if we didn’t have smartphones and social media?” We take quite a lot of our technology for granted these days, so what would happen to us if we didn’t have this? Well, Qualcomm has weighed in with what they think might have happened with their cute little video:

Obviously, that’s not to say that any of this would actually happen, but it’s still a funny way to help us appreciate what we have right now with all our mobile technology. I mean seriously, who would accept spam like that anyway?

But on a more serious note, I honestly don’t know what I would do without my trusty smartphone. You might think otherwise. How would you cope without yours? Let us know what you think in the comments.

Source: YouTube via CNET Australia

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Stephen Yuen
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  • Jenn

    I’d be utterly lost without my phone, I use it for everything from alarms to tell me it’s time to take my medication throughout the day, 7 days to go reminders for birthdays, keeping track of appointments, when I am able to go out it gets used to check bus times, weather forecast and as sat-nav cos my sese of direction is awful. Also gets used to play games, use social media and check emails as well as for the odd phone call, texting and Skype/Whatsapp/Kik

  • FILA

    It would be hard to go back in time but I could do it. Sometimes I wish I could go back in time for the tech, 2001 era, even 80s before I was born. I like paper maps, i dont mind listening to the radio when the music used to be good, there was no online world where everyone tried to compete.

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