Pagers, typewriters, or video tapes; things go away because they become obsolete.
These obsolete items are products or technologies that are no longer in use or have been replaced by newer and more advanced versions. Examples of obsolete items include: VHS tapes and cassette tapes, which have been replaced by DVDs and digital media, CRT televisions and monitors have been replaced by LCD and LED displays, flip phones, replaced by smartphones, film cameras replaced by digital cameras, typewriters replaced by computers, and landline telephones were replaced by mobile phones.
There are so many more examples of obsolete items which have little or no value and are discarded or recycled.
It’s never-ending with more items that will be obsolete in the future. Let‘s take a look at fifteen things that are predicted to go away within the next decade.
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