Technology has definitely played a pivotal role in transforming our lifestyle. It has actually made our lives better in some way.
But the fact is it has somehow made us dependent and addicted to it. These 15 illustrations depicts the changes brought about by the use of technology in our day to day life.
People are so busy socializing on internet that they are more concerned about their virtual image instead of their real look. The result is increase in weight while the computer has become sleek with time.
Earlier clicking pictures was a part of life but now it has become a necessity. After seeing the craze for selfies of some people, I wish there should be a bullet instead of front camera in their phones.
Earlier there used to be an excitement for receiving mails by the postman but now it has become an everyday task to check mails on smart phones. But nothing can beat the experience of getting a letter by post. Isn't it???
I guess the picture says it all.
Don't you think technology has made us indolent in some way? We actually need some mind games to polish our skills.
Well it seems that the parents have changed their strategy to motivate their children. But still the blame game continues!!
Excess of anything is bad. Why don't these people get inspired by the changing size of TV and do something good for them instead of being a couch potato.
Well yeah!! It's just because social image is more important than actual image now a days.
More number of Apps for making video calls and free chats has made the people crazy. I guess no one can live without it.
Interest for midnight birthday bash with friends has declined with time. Instead people are busy checking their Facebook walls and smartphone messages.
Internet rules the world. Whether it is popularity or grievance, internet owns everything.
Even the laggards don't own landlines now. It's because Evolution is the need of the hour.
With the increasing problems of water scarcity and environment, people have finally realized that even the renewable sources of energy needs to be conserved.
Everyone is suffering from this disease and there seems to be no solution for it. Gadgets have become our best friends and virtual people seem to be more important than the ones who are near to us.
The pain of getting a scratch on your iPhone is much greater than your injury. Isn't it?