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Journalism has entered a stage of transition. This transition is part of the natural evolution much like the cassette tape to CD and radio to television. 495 more words


A New Health Epidemic

Computers, Mobile Phones & Other Digital Devices Are Impacting Your Eyes
By Dr Susana Liou

In the old days, human beings devoted the majority of their time to working outdoors, farming vegetables and animals, working the fields. 583 more words


Samsung's profits fall as cheaper smartphones gain market share

Last Friday tech giant Samsung Electronics hit the market with its ultimate creature. The Galaxy S5 was released worldwide, in more than 100 countries. Samsung said there was high demand for its latest flagship smartphone in many countries across the globe such as France, India and Canada, reporting that there were long queues for the device, way before the shops’ opening. 556 more words


Wireless Industry Makes Anti-Theft Commitment

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A trade group for wireless providers says the country’s biggest smartphone makers and carriers will soon put anti-theft tools on the devices to try to deter rampant theft. 120 more words


In the modern world..

Saturday 1 PM:

I enter the big, nicely lit phone store.

I am here because I accidentally laundry-washed my phone. A day without a phone really is a bliss. 813 more words


Phone Smack-down: Cortana vs. Siri & Google

Wondering how the different mobile virtual assistants fare?

Dan Rubino, of Windows Phone Central, put together a tête-à-tête-à-tête  comparison, pitting newcomer Cortana (Windows phone 8.1) against veterans  128 more words


M is for Mobile Phones

 Mobile phones. I love them and I hate them.

I would love to just disconnect, throw my Blackberry out of a train window and never be bothered again. 663 more words