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Technology that was once original and inventive (but also extremely expensive and exclusive) is today outdated and ...
Technology that was once original and inventive (but also extremely expensive and exclusive) is today outdated and obsolete. Let's take a look at some tech trends that have gone from must-have to no-go products.
In the 1980s the car phone was more popular than the normal mobile phone. However, with the smartphone boom and its everyday usage, it is rare to find a car with a phone. Even though this technology has been long lost, many vehicles still come with Bluetooth technology.
Wi-Fi technology offers a faster and more dependable Internet connection than the wired one. Also, the wires are so impractical, leaving holes in the walls in order to install them.
Although the swipe of the card when shopping may make you feel powerful, digital wallets are the paying method of the future, simply by scanning your smartphone. Hence, the use of the credit card will soon come to a complete end.
It is becoming harder to buy CDs and DVDs in shops, and therefore, CD and DVD players are even more likely to either not be sold, or not be used at all. With the ability to download music and films at any time, and for free, CD and DVD players are close to extinction.
The fax machine manages the needs of every company's correspondence, by sending and receiving papers and/or images. As practical and handy as this sounds, the truth is that the digital times we live in offer us more than one way to send our message to the other side. This means that each technological advancement in this direction will make the fax machine more obsolete than it already is.