Has technology made our lives more convinient or complicated?

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pohnpei397 eNotes educator| Certified Educator

The best answer to this is "yes."  In other words, technology has done both.

Technology has made our lives more convenient.  We can use the internet to find practically any piece of information we could possibly want.  We can use it and telephone technology to keep in touch with anyone we want very easily.

On the other hand, it makes our lives more complicated or at least busier.  We are never free from being called on by our bosses or our family members.  Even when we are driving in our cars or walking somewhere, it is possible for someone to call us.  We also have to think about so many more things like cell phone plans and internet providers and such.  It makes for many more decisions than we used to have to make.

So, there is something to be said for each side of this question, which is why the best answer is "yes."

gopikrishna | Student

As technology is becoming more advanced than ever, most of products are designed to make our life more convenient.

As technology development advances, the level of living standard increases. The life forwards wonderfully, we have fewer opportunities to waste our time and strength. Other person may has their own opinions, and argue that technology have interrupted our life and others already. The facts is, technology will keep improving and developing, no matter you agree with it or not.

dreams could be realized by technology, wealth and property could be came by us with technology, etc.
We could visit some where we want to go simply, since people has invented automobile and improved it; we could through many areas and reach the other place on the earth, because of people has invented air craft and developed it; we could send sounds, messages, and images to our family and friends, for people inventing mobile phone and expanding it; we could process many data, due to the fact that people invented computers and bourgeoned it; we could enrich our amusements, on account of the invention of TV, projector, and DVD player.