Realme 5 Pro Launches in India

We all need to know that Realme, as a sub-brand OPPO cellphone manufacturer, officially announced the presence of the Realme 5 Pro smartphone, at a launch event held in China some time ago. This smartphone comes with the latest specifications, carries four rear camera specifications, the chipset is more powerful, the battery capacity is also bigger, and the price is of course very affordable and competitive. Realme 5 Pro specifications Launching the GSM Arena, Realme 5 uses a 6.5-inch diagonal panel with HD + resolution with a screen ratio of 20: 9. As a result of this ratio, the Realme 5 pro body looks taller. Realme 5 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 655 chipset with 11-nanometer fabrication like the kitchen runway on the Xiaomi Mi A3. To boost its performance, this smartphone is equipped with up to 4GB of RAM while up to 128GB of internal storage (microSD slot Read More

How much does technology mess with your physical health? | by Cheyenne Antoine-Chagar | Digital Society

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Technology has transformed life in a myriad of ways, changing the ways we work, live and relax. It has benefited society in many ways such as advancing education, entertainment, communication and health, allowing us to surpass the dreams of the generations before us.

Our world today is experiencing rapid growth which is being driven by new technology. These technological advances continue to possess vast potential and benefits; however, these new developments also bring world changing implications. Technology is now transforming and creating physical, social and cultural behaviours all over the world. The more technology continues to develop, the bigger influence it has on the world that surrounds it and the people in it.

One of the biggest implications that the increase of modern technology has had on the world comes in the form of its impact on

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What is technology adoption life cycle and chasm? | by Shiv


The technology adoption life cycle is a sociological model that describes the adoption or acceptance of a new product or innovation, according to the demographic and psychological characteristics of defined adopter groups. The process of adoption over time is typically illustrated as a classical normal distribution.The model indicates that the first group of people to use a new product is called “innovators,” followed by “early adopters”. Next come the early majority and late majority, and the last group to eventually adopt a product are called “laggards”.

Innovators — had larger farms, were more educated, more prosperous and more risk-oriented
early adopters — younger, more educated, tended to be community leaders, less prosperous
early majority — more conservative but open to new ideas, active in community and influence to neighbors
late majority — older, less educated, fairly conservative and less socially active
laggards — very conservative, had small farms

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The Future of Communication Technology: Jen Butler of Medisafe On How Their Technological Innovation Will Shake Up How We Connect and Communicate With Each Other | by Fotis Georgiadis | Authority Magazine | Mar, 2021

Thank you so much for joining us in this interview series! Before we dive in, our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you tell us a bit about your ‘backstory’ and how you got started?

I took a rather uncommon path in my career, starting in investment banking and consulting. Through that experience, I learned how the combination of strategy and marketing can help to grow a company. After spending six years at Deloitte I made the move to focus on strategic marketing, largely because I was well versed in industries are led by complex regulations and need effective communication to help its consumers access the system. With the advancement of digital technologies, I see how new digital means can advance patient communication and support behavior change.

Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you began your career?


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