There have always been concerns that smartphone use might end up hurting people’s eyes and negatively affect the overall health of people. And as more research on the subject is coming in, it seems that the concerns are indeed valid.
According to estimates, about 73 percent of teenagers in the U.S. have a smartphone, with 92 percent of them admitting to spending a good deal of their free time online every day. And as far as the problem of smartphone…
Sapphire glass is the latest buzz in smartphone technology. This synthetically produced sapphire is only chemically related to mined gemstones that share its name. Discover why today’s smartphones are increasingly embracing sapphire glass for their displays.
When it comes to the sale of mobile phones, Chinese companies are leading the list and are placed only below the top two: Apple and Samsung. These Chinese companies, also known as the “Big Four,” include Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and…
One in every four women in the United States is a victim of sexual harassment or assault. So how can a female protect herself when danger occurs and there is nobody around to help?
Researchers who developed an app that blocks third parties from identifying an individual’s location based on what they search for online received a “best paper” award at a recent conference.
The poor shark has a bad rapport as a mean killing machine, but the real culprit is an innocent-looking little device that you trust — your phone.
An online article pointed out a modern phenomenon that is likely to become one of the major factors that will cause couples to get divorced in the future. What do you think it is?
Researchers have uncovered yet another security bug bit. This one leaves 95 percent of Android smartphone and tablet users open to an attack; all it takes is a simple multimedia text and you don’t even have to open it.
There are plenty of players in the smartphone market, but there’s only one king making the big money—and that’s Apple.