What technology does Nintendo use?
Nintendo uses their own proprietary semiconductors. A semiconductor can be the most important factor in judging a systems performance. In essence, most semiconductors are not that different from each other. The Nintendo Wii for example, takes full advantage of state of the art semiconductors, but that alone is not what makes it special. How Nintendo applies the technologies differs greatly from other devices. Rather then use the semiconductor to make the chip smaller in the Wii, Nintendo focused on using the conductors power to make to minimize the energy consumption of the system. For more information on video game related topics visit my blog at [http://www.ripten.com www.ripten.com].
I would certainly say that students are dependent on Technology. Students use it all the time they use; Phone, ipods,Iphones, Mp3 players, Computer, Nintendo DS, PSP and all other hand held game devices. In fact they can be using more than one at a time. I would say that students are actually most dependent on Modern Technology.
Yes you can use your ds on an airplane but some have no wifi so no internet Use of the Nintendo DSi may be allowed in planes when wireless data transfer is not used or is switched off. An active wireless communication is shown by rapid flashing of the usage light on the Nintendo DSi. Please always follow the specific security guidelines of the airline to avoid any disturbance of the plane's technology on board.
Japan is one of the most developed countries in the world. Technological advances pour out of their industries like water from a waterfall. Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Sony, and Nintendo are all Japanese companies that make all the technology we use. So, the answer is yes, Japan has better technology than Scotland as well as many other countries.