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How Social Media is Changing Human Life - Work, Love, Relationship, Learning, & Commerce
The rapid growth in the number of Facebook (Meta), Instagram, Twitter, and other social media sites users, along with the time spent by each user; has attracted the attention of policymakers, parents, doctors, and other experts to analyze the impact of social media on our day to day lives and psychological health.
Mobile internet has evolved through five generations now. Until 3G, there was no substitute for broadband internet, which very few people in developing countries could afford.
5G-Advanced will alter what you can achieve with your network, from immersive extended reality (XR) experiences to high-precision location, presence, and timing technologies.
Every ten years or so, the telecommunications industry ushers in a new era of mobile technology. 2G, 3G and 4G LTE, all shepherded in with increased speeds and more robust connectivity. Today, this industry stands witness to yet another innovation, 5G.
In an era where technology has taken center stage, the influx of new software to make entertainment more accessible is on the rise—until a few years ago, watching movies on television or a multiplex had been rather commonplace. With the advent of the streaming process, though, every type of media is available to be accessed virtually on devices such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Media streaming has emerged to be a trendy business sector, with a host of companies vying against one another to offer the best streaming services possible. Recently, in fact, The Roku Channel added 16 new channels to its linear TV catalogue, thereby providing users access to more than 275 total live linear channels.
Live broadcasting via the internet has risen in popularity over the last decade. This is primarily due to the rapid advancement of the technology that enables live broadcasting.
Blockchain is the technology of the future that can significantly contribute to the growth of the telecommunication industry. It can reduce fraud, ensure security to customers' data, and generate an additional source of income for the telecoms industries.