Unquestionably, technology can build great profit from it. Ideas such as Facebook can make a college student a multi-millionaire or a simple game which can be downloaded and accessible by anyone can make a simple game developer Vietnamese rich. Such technology has driven away the future, in fact, as we look forward, our gadgets that we are using today will evolve sophisticatedly. Technology can change the economy by reducing the consumption of natural resources particularly trees. Payroll systems, books, and notes can now be transferred as PDF form. Soon, books and other paper materials will be obsolete and here comes eBooks and other applications available from smartphones and tablets. Instead of printing lots of paperwork at the office, the files can be transferred virtually through emails, cloud system and software.
In the world where people have to access knowledge in an instant, naturally technology must develop quick access. Sooner or later, gone are the days where people have to drop by into a mini convenient store and check on the news or magazine. With just a tap of their mobile screens or few clicks of the mouse, people can be updated about the latest news, trending passions, entertainment and gossips. Publishers and news magazines industries must not fight the future, they must accept the fact and embrace the future. Can the technology nowadays can save the planet and preserve the ecosystem or does the technology can make it worse? This will be the QOTD technology that is still unanswerable even today.