Rethink your web content for mobile use
More people are getting smartphones, and we are relying more on our mobile devices. Therefore, shouldn’t websites adjust their content so that it can be easily viewed on mobile devices? 906 more words
(1) An ios12 that works and is not buggy and slow, with icons appearing randomly in a corner. Come on Quality Control! The iPhone X may be “the best iPhone that Apple made” but if iOS 11 is buggy and slow, why pay $1,200+ for the latest iPhone X? 351 more words
There are times when you need to take a technology break; other times you’re forced to take a break due to circumstances beyond your control. 874 more words
The brouhaha over what tech companies are doing with your personal information — particularly your location — come to a head, of sorts.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have all vowed to end agreements to share the whereabouts of American consumers with data brokers. 492 more words
Living in a university town with thousands of college-aged drivers, Athens residents might be relieved to hear about our state’s new stance on distracted driving. Effective beginning July 1. 612 more words
Today, more and more people are using smartphones and mobile devices. According to the 2015 Pew Research Center report on Smartphone usage, “nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, and 19% of Americans rely to some degree on a smartphone for accessing online services and information and for staying connected to the world around them.” 818 more words