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Are Teenagers Experiencing School Burnout Because Of Too Much Internet?

Are Teenagers Experiencing School Burnout Because Of Too Much Internet?

by Staff on Wednesday, May 25, 2016

A research team from the University of Helsinki and Department of Psychology in Finland did a study on Internet usage, and found that too much engagement online (either through computers or mobile devices) among teenage users leads to school burnout, a term used to describe a general lack of desire to perform well in school or even go to classes altogether. 

 

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Twilio Launches Programmable Wireless In Partnership With T-Mobile

Twilio Launches Programmable Wireless In Partnership With T-Mobile

by Staff on Tuesday, May 24, 2016

It was almost a decade ago when Twilio first entered the telecommunications market.

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Between 2014 And 2015, US Users Doubled Their Mobile Data Usage

Between 2014 And 2015, US Users Doubled Their Mobile Data Usage

by Staff on Monday, May 23, 2016

The Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) is offering new proof of something we probably all know to be true already -- that we are becoming more dependent on mobile data when accessing the information superhighway, as opposed to doing it through desk

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How Vivo Became The Fifth Biggest Phone Maker In The World

How Vivo Became The Fifth Biggest Phone Maker In The World

by Staff on Friday, May 20, 2016

Have you seen the latest Captain America movie yet? For those who have, some of you may have noticed that the smartphones and tablet devices that were featured in that film were built by Vivo.

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Appears in: Mobile, smartphone, Smartphones

Per New Study: Average Age Of Kids Getting Their First Smartphone Is 10.3 Years Old

Per New Study: Average Age Of Kids Getting Their First Smartphone Is 10.3 Years Old

by Staff on Thursday, May 19, 2016

In Influence Central’s new report, Kids & Tech: The Evolution of Today’s Digital Natives, the firm looked into how our children are using the latest forms of mainstream technology, most particularly mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Needless to say, the results of the company’s study were pretty interesting.

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So, What Happened At This Year’s Google I/O?

So, What Happened At This Year’s Google I/O?

by Staff on Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Every year in the beautiful city of San Francisco in California, usually in May or June, Google holds its Google I/O, an annual conference focusing on software, web, and mobile technologies. This year, the tech giant once again offers a fresh round of announcements and updates regarding its products as well as the latest in technological trends and breakthroughs.

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Latest iOS Update Causes Error That Locks Up 9.7-Inch iPad Pro Devices

Latest iOS Update Causes Error That Locks Up 9.7-Inch iPad Pro Devices

by Staff on Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Here we go again. Right after Apple has deployed an update to its iOS mobile operating system, the Internet has exploded with yet another round of feedback from users complaining of new bugs found in the rollout.

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First Quarter Shipments Of Wearable Devices Surge 67 Percent Compared To Last Year

First Quarter Shipments Of Wearable Devices Surge 67 Percent Compared To Last Year

by Staff on Monday, May 16, 2016

Based on the latest quarterly report published by market research firm IDC, the total volume of wearable device shipments increased to 19.7 million units during the first quarter of this year.

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Zero-Rated Data Beneficial To Low-Income Customers, Per Civil Rights Group

Zero-Rated Data Beneficial To Low-Income Customers, Per Civil Rights Group

by Staff on Friday, May 13, 2016

The Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC) has released a white paper stating that zero rate mobile data deals are actually an effective way for low income mobile users to enjoy access to broadband services.

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FBI Director: Fight To Access Encrypted Handsets Will Continue

FBI Director: Fight To Access Encrypted Handsets Will Continue

by Staff on Thursday, May 12, 2016

Apple’s feud with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may be over, but according to the agency’s director James Comey, there will be more battles to come over the subject of mobile device encryption.

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