New technologies have significantly increased in the world market. In this century, the increase has been notable as opposed to the nineteenth century. Marketability of new technologies devised has been appreciated by the fact that, today’s market makes use of the existing communication channels. However, this phenomenon does not feature when it comes to the situation that prevailed in the nineteenth century (Porter, 2011). In this regard, the new technologies have been proliferated by the availability of communication channels and supporting circumstances at this time and age. In essence, current technologies not only cover the mother country or state that comes up with the technologies, but also traverse across borders. As a result, the technologies have penetrated the market to the extent that accommodates a million users (Herket, 2011). Examples of technologies that are strongly grounded in as far as marketability is concerned are; Android gadgets, Samsung Tables and Apple Technologies.
It is important to note that, the rate at which the technologies have hit the marketing world has been one that can best be described as, sharp and in focus. Unlike the old order which dictated that technologies had to take some time before they hit the market, technological developments and their respective marketing aspects have received a quick development.
Taking Apple technologies such as Tablets, for example, it has taken the company a very short period to make large sales to many countries. In this case, the current position in communication via the internet and other networking instances has alluded to this phenomenon. As a result, awareness has been rooted among people of different nations. At this instance, people have been able to come to terms with the position that, apple technologies are the best for their respective needs within a very short period. Television, Internet and Radio technological developments are representations of the impact of fast and speedy growth in as far as technologies are concerned (Welfens, 2010). In the case of Radio, early technologies in the world such as BBC took much time before they made a significant impact in the broadcasting business. It took time for it to find full appreciation from the whole world because of the following reasons; at this time, it was the phase of the nineteenth century. It is obvious that, the technological position of the world was at a low position. As a result, communication and the low technological exponential growth subjected the technology to slow growth. Its exposure made it possible for many people to use the technology.
The position whether technology develops or does not depend on several factors. First of all, the reach of the technology, how far people are familiar with the technology and the cost of the technology is the fundamental factors that determine the extent of the development of any technology. On the same note, the fast and speedy developments in the television sector have been notable in this twenty-first century. In this case, the above statement can be supported by the current enhancements in the provision of digital services world-wide. It is in an effort to do away with the analogue system of technology (Tunzelman, 2011). It is also true that, it has taken the technology less than a decade. Currently, more than seventy percent of all the counties in the world have in cooperated the provision of digital signals for Television broadcasting. Furthermore, it is significant to note that, the nineteenth century marks a period when the level of appreciation and development of technologies was slow, and snail paced. Weak technological strategies and abetting factors to facilitate quick and efficient ramification of technologies are responsible for the noted trend.
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Porter, A. (2011). Forecasting and Management of Technology. New York: John Wiley & Sons Publishers.
Tunzelman, V. (2011). Technology and Industrial Progress: The Foundations of Economic Growth. New York: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Welfens, P. (2010). Internet, Economic Growth and Globalization: Perspectives on the New Economy in Europe, Japan and the USA. New York: Springer Publishers.