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Over 30 percent of people spend more time with their phones than they do with their significant others. Here's how we use that time.
Letting technology hijack our lives has some serious consequences and this needs your attention
He says he doesn't want people to use their phones so much.
Our reliance on our devices, and the feeling of round-the-clock connectedness, can impair our ability to concentrate, think creatively, interact in a social setting, and can even take a toll on our mental health.
The ability to get your mind swiftly back on the project at hand is the next best thing to not being interrupted in the first place.
Limiting emails and phone usage might be the smartest thing you ever do for your company.
Smartphones are a strong candidate for the most alluring distraction of all time, but you can resist and win back your life.
Science shows that your IQ is lower when your smartphone is near, but not when you use these three steps.
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.
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.
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The students are urging Apple to add an 'Essential Mode' to iPhones that would offer 'just calls, texts and photos.'