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yes technology has changed sport, look at rugby for instance you now have the tv ref who helps the on pitch ref make decisions. Also look at tennis where they can now question weather a shot was in or out and they check with the computer ang give the point accordingly. Now they made robots to play pool against. it can make a shot evey time!!! Also tv has changed sport, sports have been changed to make them more entertaining for viewers for instance they have made the goals in football bigger so more people can score making it a more exiting game to watch, technology has changed sports in endless ways.
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it usually lowers production cost
Technology has changed businesses enormously. Businesses are now able to operate and manufacture far more efficiently than they could in bygone decades. One example is the i…nternet: (I have listed 10 point, which i consider as vital) In bygone days, small businesses did not have the resources, which larger competitors had. Nowadays even small businesses can access much of the same technology as the giant corporations. They can accept on-line payments and can even deliver products over the internet. The internet has also opened all sorts of niche marketing opportunities that either never existed before, or were to expensive to tap into. With an on-line presence you can do a lot of direct marketing, and it is therefore very easy to reach your target market. With a professional designed website, it is now easy for small businesses to have the appearance and credibility of being a large cooperation. For a small amount of money, that can be used to pay a website designer, the return can be much greater. The internet and with it an on-line presence enables a business to advertise at considerably lower prices, compared to other promotional tools. As an example; posting out a mail to a customer will probably cost around £1.50 (printing, postage etc.), whereas to e-mail the same message to the customer will cost nothing, except working hours. Open 24/7. By automating a website, a business can be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and all this with no extra staff costs and no overtime rates to pay and if the website has got the feature to shop on-line, customers can, of course, shop 24/7, as well. A website also helps people to access information about products and services in the comfort of their own home, instead of having to drive to a local shop, for example. It can also be helpful for reaching a global audience. More countries/people are connecting to the internet each year. The internet and with it a website, breaks down geographical boundaries and limitations. With the help of search engines, like "Google" or "Bing", people can locate and buy products from every corner of the world. Customer service is made easy. The internet/website makes it possible to capture visitors information. Keeping in touch (via e-mail) helps to improve a long-term relationship. Another helpful tool to get customer feedback is an on-line forum. This is a low-cost customer feedback tool. Questions that are normally answered by phone can be answered on the internet. Nowadays every professional website has got a "FAQ" (Frequently Asked Questions) page. A website can list the answers to the most frequently asked product or service related questions. The internet is much more dynamic than a few years ago. It is constantly being improved by the availability of new software. An example might be: Automatic product updates through the use of databases.
Advantages: - more fairer games (video referee) - better accuracy of drug testing - training mechanisms (advantages players) Disadvantages: - glitches in video referee - sl…ows doing the speed of the game - poor nations may not be able to afford training mechanisms advantaging rich nations
one advantage is the fact that we now use helmets in foot ball to lower the death rate in football
to make better sports equipment for eg.clothes shoes etc.
The difference between technology and technological change is that one is a process and one is a change in that process. Technology takes something that is input and makes… it output. A technological change involves taking that technology and tinkering with it to change the output levels.
You will need to include information about how technology has helped improve sports. Having some first hand sources can help out.
People can loose their jobs to machines.
email, cell phone, facebook, and twitter
It changes when the atoms in it decide that they are taking up to much space and needs to give the object more room to do whatever it does.... If they dont the object could ei…ther explode or damage things around it... Trust me it has happened to me before
Maybe question should be in reverse order: How technology has changed manufacturing? Manufacturing has a little influence on technology. It only inspires. Inventors and engine…ers look at vulnerabilities of existing technologies used in manufacturing and think about improvements, and work on new, better technologies. Technology has a great influence on manufacturing. Every new technology improves manufacturing processes - lower costs and final prices, better quality, shorter time of manufacturing, greater amount of manufactured goods.
Technology causes change because it gives us new products/ideas which may benefit us and change the way we do things.
it's changed in many ways like the internet and televisions, cell phones, all of it technology has really changed
Technology is a very smart thing we need in our lives if they are not in out lives it will be harder for us to do work at your job, home, and school.
The importance of information technology in sports is seen in various aspects. This mainly used in analysis, communication, random selection of events and so much more.
There are several different ways that sports are related to technology. In countries with technology such as the United States we play sports like baseball, football, an…d basketball. In these sports you need certain equipment to participate. In other countries with not as much technology they play sports like soccer where you don't need as much equipment. Dr. Nathan M. Hasenfratz M.D. Harvard University Graduating Class of 2000
It happens all the time: humans get new ideas for how to do things and make specialized tools to make it easier to do those things. The earliest human technologies wer…e based on flaking stone, leather strips, plant fiber string, wood, bone, and antler. Later technologies involved metals (e.g. copper, bronze, iron, steel). Most of these were related to getting food and fighting off others that would take the food (or fighting to take other's food). Transportation related technologies have changed from simple leather sandals to horse tack to carriages and coaches to trains and cars and airplanes to spacecraft. I'm sure you can think of many more changes over time.