The ever changing moble devices such as laptops, phones, ipads and PC’s become a great learning tool with outstanding potentual in both classrooms and outdoor learning. But the effects of these devices can be attitive, leaving concerns on wether or not technology should be used for eductional development since they no longer need to retain knowledge instead they can google it with no second thought on who the information belongs to or where its from. Technology being one of the principal driving forces of the future; it is changing our lives and shaping our future at rates surprising in history, with very deep/extreme hint/result/effect which we can’t even begin to see or understand. In today’s world we are flooded with technology. The technology which surrounds almost everyone in the modern (community of people/all good people in the world), from perple on their phones to stores almost everywhere with some sort of technology all of this and more is changing every day, impoving, and will forever be apart in our lives. Kids in the current generation are hooked onto technology. Although it is not that they deeply love technology so much but simplely because they have never lived without it. Technology has had a huge effect on children that has brought on some concerns. Our main concern has been that although digital technology has boosted children’s talent for doing two or more things at once, their ability to process information deeply may be (lowering in number/getting worse). Ther is a huge amount of technology in today’s world, however there are three main parts/pieces of technology that is having the greatest hit/effect on children: video games, television, and computer programs. The modern technology we have today are hugely powerful; they attract our (related to tiny chemical assembly instructions inside of living things) biases. The human brain is attracted to visuals such as Video games, television, and computer programs which are all very visually oriented and therefore they influence and keep the attention of children.