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We all love our smartphones, but for many people they have —
literally — become a pain in the neck.
A professor of psychology says our obsession with those computers in our pockets puts at risk for ankle sprains and getting hit by cars because our brains are too absorbed to keep us safe.
New technology that puts onstage action right into the laps of patrons could soon change the face of opera.
Do banking on your smartphone? There are a few things you need to know to keep safe.
While some smartphone users prefer a small, compact screen, demand has been rising for more landscape on the touchscreen. Phones as big as tablets – phablets – are popular, but some believe they\’re getting too big.
It really is the next logical step in a technology-addicted society.
For many music fans, being at a concert is more than listening to the band. They share photos and videos on social media. Others think it\’s time to put down the phone.
Gesture-based typing has been around for years,
but the technology has now become
sophisticated that smartphone manufacturers are
using it as a major selling point
for their devices.
In a continuously-connected society, some
employers assume that because employees have
smartphones, they are available to work around-the-
Around the world, the consumer appetite for apps
seems to be insatiable.