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Smartphone Addiction With every passing day, technology is overtaking our daily lives. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, you're probably packing a smartphone right now.
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Social Media And Mobile: The Perfect Addiction

Social Media And Mobile: The Perfect Addiction

People have been heard to exclaim “I love my iPhone” ! It is normally spontaneous and can happen in public and in strange and exotic locations!

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Smartphone Addiction

Smartphone Addiction

With every passing day, technology is overtaking our daily lives. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, you're probably packing a smartphone right now.

Read More...

How Cell Phones Are Killing Face-to-Face Interactions

How Cell Phones Are Killing Face-to-Face Interactions

Whether you are dating someone, interviewing someone, or just meeting someone for the first time, there is a special quality about face-to-face interactions.

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