Technology is evolving at an unprecedented rate, and as torsion spring manufacturers, we see a huge amount of intriguing innovations make their way from multiple components into one functioning piece of tech.
So far this century we've witnessed a whole host of incredible inventions come and go, but some technologies have managed to go from strength to strength. As a result, here's a round-up of the monumental inventions that have become a necessity to people's everyday lives.
Gone are the days of phones being nothing more than a device to place a call and play snake. Now there are apps that can satisfy any one of your needs. Our handy devices are now capable of teaching us a language, reminding us to drink more water throughout the day, letting us play games, as well as a multitude of other capabilities!
Miniscule Digital Cameras
As technology capabilities keep growing, the actual size of our electronics is getting smaller. This has led to digital cameras that are almost indestructible and are small enough to be worn on a helmet, chest or placed on a dashboard. Because of this, they are particularly great for recording high quality videos of extreme sports.
The extraordinary battery-life and recording capabilities of some models has also led to dangerous drivers being successfully convicted. This is because video evidence caught on dash cams from ordinary citizens has been able to be used in a court of law.
Nowadays it seems almost impossible to imagine a life without the likes of Facebook and Twitter telling us the biggest news stories of the day and reminding us that it's a distant relative's birthday.
Globally, people spend an average of 1 hour and 40 minutes on social networks each day, so it seems only right to include the different channels as one of the biggest tech inventions of the 21st century!
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