Tech Addiction

Increasing Employee Engagement Is About Un-Disengaging Your Workforce

Limiting emails and phone usage might be the smartest thing you ever do for your company.

Dan Dowling

· 7 min read

4 Ways to Break Your Phone Addiction So You Can Focus on What Really Matters

Smartphones are a strong candidate for the most alluring distraction of all time, but you can resist and win back your life.

Nate Klemp

· 6 min read

3 Steps to Turn Your Smartphone Into a Self-Improvement Engine

Science shows that your IQ is lower when your smartphone is near, but not when you use these three steps.

Dan Dowling

· 5 min read

How This Tech Pioneer Hacked Her Way to Happiness

Apple's first user evangelist, Ellen Petry Leanse, reveals her top tools to overcome tech distraction so we can take charge of what matters most.

Kristen Aldridge

· 1 min read

New Google OS Has Tools to Help With Your Tech Addiction

New controls, expected in Android P, are part of Google's new 'digital wellbeing' initiative, which the company unveiled at Google I/O on Tuesday.

Michael Kan

· 3 min read

Stanford Students to Apple: the iPhone Is Too Addictive

The students are urging Apple to add an 'Essential Mode' to iPhones that would offer 'just calls, texts and photos.'

Angela Moscaritolo

· 2 min read

Tim Schigel

· 6 min read

Apple, Facebook and Google Vets Form Coalition to Fight Tech Addiction

The Center for Humane Technology will focus its efforts on young users, first with a public school ad campaign on the harmful effects of tech and social media.

Rob Marvin

· 5 min read

The 'Father of the iPod' Says Tech Addiction Would Worry Steve Jobs if he Were Alive Today

The Apple co-founder would be concerned about the growing trend of people being obsessed with their smartphones, former Apple designer Tony Fadell said in a recent interview.

Chris Weller

· 3 min read

What's Under the Tree For Your Preteen This Christmas? If It's Technology, Exercise Caution.

Your plan to introduce new technology to your children may not be setting them up for success, even if they're over (the generally accepted age of) 13.

Victor G. Snyder

· 6 min read