When did phones become commonplace?
i don't think Adam and eve were married
Cell phones started to become popular in the mid- to late 1990s.
In the early 1990s, cordless phones began to outsell corded phones
Simple answers are not as commonplace as simple questions. Snails are commonplace in some gardens.
There is the theory that there are more 'visitations' than ever before. Or that cell phones and small cameras are commonplace and are just capturing what was always there. It is possible that it may be some of both of the above.
It is spelled exactly as you have spelled it: commonplace.
Cell phones become available to the general public in the early 90s. Before then, the only mobile devices that were in use were pagers.
Large-scale advertising campaigns trumpeting the virtues of underwear became commonplace by the end of the 1870s.
no, one of the cell phones will become inactive and wont have a number
it means we as a race have become too dependent on cell phones, thus if we were to be stripped of them we wouldn't be able to live
They became commonplace in urban and suburban areas in the very early '80s, they may have shown up later in rural communities.
Yes, but not enough for them to become commonplace. Camels were quite useless in Spain as there are few deserts. Horses are much more efficient.
In 'A Study in Scarlet': "The most commonplace crime is often the most mysterious, because it presents no new or special features from which deductions may be drawn." In 'The Sign of Four': "Crime is commonplace, existence is commonplace, and no qualities save those which are commonplace have any function upon earth." In 'The Red-Headed League': "As a rule, the more bizarre a thing is the less mysterious it proves to be. It is your… Read More
Loons are not commonplace here. Children are quite commomplace at Disneyland.
The telephone was fairly commonplace in the 1930's in the United States. By the end of World War II, most U.S. homes had a telephone.
The stagecoach was first found in 13th Century England. They would be crudely produced throughout the 1500s, but would not become commonplace until the early 1600s.
Unlocked phones can become non-functional but this is rare. When changing carriers, you may need to configure your unlocked phones and sometimes foreign phones may experience compatibility issues.
"There are dozens of g3 phones, and new ones are being added all the time. Amazon sells about 20 different kinds. As the technology matures, more phones will become available."
Sony Ericsson phones become in their names a letter, this way W are walkmans, K are camera specialized phones, Z are usual clamshell phones, T are normal candybar phones, P and M are smartphones, S is a series of normal slider or swivel phones.
Anne Hutchinson, nee Marbury, did not have a middle name. This was not uncommon for the time period, as middle names did not become commonplace until after the American Revolution.
Well of course. Any animal can become homosexual, whether to prove dominance or to just get their doggy dick wet. Bonobo chimps in Africa have homosexuality commonplace.
Over the years, mobile phones have developed in terms of aesthetics, size, features and functionality. The range of apps that are available have increased somewhat, battery life has improved and phones have become slimmer and lighter.
The Courage of the Commonplace - 1913 was released on: USA: 1 August 1913
Smart phones started becoming popular around 2005ish.
The first digital recording device was invented in 1937 by Alec Reeves, but digital recording did not become commonplace until 1982, the year that the first CD player was released.
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1. the students become addicted to the phones and get distracted.
Christmas trees had become commonplace in the United States by the 1870s. However, the first appearance is not exactly known. It is a German custom, but was popular in the British Isles in the 18th century.
Commonplace, stale or banal.
Ordinary or commonplace.
Over the years technology has become more and more improved. With the help of silicon chips, musical performances have been better, as have space exploration and communication. Silicon chips are in the mobile phones , home phones and also wireless phones that help them communicate faster.
It almost every day we communicate is through ICT now. Mobile phones, internet, MSN, fax, even normal house phones. Communication has become a lot shorter.
I reckon it was in 1999 that they became very popular, went to SanFrancisco in March 1999 and hardly anyone had mobile phones came back in December and they were commonly been used.
Different from is correct. Consider saying 'This marble differs FROM this marble' and apply it to different. 'Different than' is an Americanism. However, it's preferable to the heinous 'different to', which has become commonplace in Britain.
"Ordinary" : normal, commonplace, plain.
lacking originality or commonplace
commonplace or dull
It is for important information, and diagrams.
The phones will become faxes in the furure they wont be around and if they are they will be cordless and can connect anywhere.
They've become smaller, lighter, more complex and more energy efficient.
The Nokia e71 phone is available through AT&T and T-Mobile. It took 11 months to become available through the AT&T company and is one of the top phones.
Because people value communication. and both half duplex and full duplex can be done
You can answer the phones for the rest of your life or you could take some managerial courses and become eligible for promotions.
The word is commonplace.
Current or commonplace at this time.
Mediocre qualities are average or commonplace.
Phones are different - mine resets to midnight. It depends on the settings of the timer chip.
Between 1998 and 2001, more than 100 million cell phones were sold. By the end of the 90's, more than 70 million users existed. At the end of 2000, there were over 100 million subscribers, so the 2000's is the decade that cell phones became common.