When you find someone sitting on their couch with the television on, a laptop in their lap, and a smartphone right beside them. Vying for that person’s attention is nearly impossible.
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Toni Morrison once said that she preferred to write fiction set in past eras because “people were more interesting then.” I have a sense of what she meant.
We often look to our phones to help us resolve the tensions of our love lives: they promise us distraction, new friends and glorious escape.
Our social institutions and politics suffer from a collective arrested development – and our relationship to technology has only exacerbated this trend.
Jordan Brown explores a societal problem.
For the record, I think technology is amazing and can absolutely enrich our lives, but you can’t deny there’s a deadly, more sinister side to it that hooks us in, and makes addicts of us all.
To keep users hooked, many smartphones and apps take a page from machine gambling
Easy Logger is an app meant for keeping track of the logs of all kind that are generated while using the smartphone.
The amount of time teens have spent in most activities has held steady in recent years. There has, however, been one big change in their lives: smartphones.
Everyone brings their phone into business meetings, right? Wrong.
Before you preorder that new iPhone X, let The School of Life remind you of all the things smartphones can’t help you do.
Dr. Travis Bradberry looks at intelligent ways to handle the ubiquitous smartphone.
Is your tech obsession hurting your sexual connection with your partner?
International Activist Gabriella van Rij offers insight into how smartphones can be used to potentially harm others and technology is not to be blamed.
Alex Yarde puts Alcatels latest tech offerings through their paces during NYCC2015!
What You Need to Know Before Your Child Gets a Smartphone