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Describe one technological device in 350 to 700 words. Include the following: When did it come (or will it potentially come) into existence? What scientific or technological reasoning explains how this potential has been (or can be) be reached?

Think about the current capabilities of computer technology to what was thought impossible 10 years ago. What are the possibilities for the use of technology in the near and distant future?

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    iPhone
    iPad
    iPod

    What do you think?

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    Yeah, I totally forgot about that. What are the possibilities for the use of technology in the near and distant future?

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    My grandsons go to a high school where laptops are issued to each student, and they get their assignments, study guides, etc., and submit work via the learning management system in the school via the school's network.

    Think of the possibilities.

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