If you’re addicted to social media, you’re not alone. These social media networks are designed to be as addictive as they are. Most people check, browse and interact on these networks constantly throughout the day, and they don’t even realize how much time it adds up to. If you are addicted, the problem is going to get worse. These apps are constantly changing and updating to become more and more hard to resist.
Now that the first day of spring has finally arrived, many people are now starting to tidy up their homes in the spirit of spring cleaning. But when was the last time you decluttered your smartphone? Many people do not realize how many unused apps they have stored in their digital devices or how many unwanted pictures are taking up storage space in their camera rolls. To make the task a little easier, here are a few tips on how to navigate spring cleaning for your electronics devices.
This week, WikiLeaks released CIA documents that exposed the agency’s spying tools. They are using smartphones, smart TVs, cars, and computers. According to WikiLeaks, they utilize software like Android, Windows, and iOS to spy on users. Security experts have analyzed this information and found that Androids are most affected by this.
Economically speaking, the Apple industry has been in the black recently. It was only since last October that Apple released IOS 10.2 for their latest Apple products and software. If there is anything that Apple can be guilty of, it’s providing constant updates almost on the quarterly.
Boom, the sound of the powering on of a generation. Everywhere you go, it is always apparent that people love to go on their phones during times most convenient for them. With such a high demand for these little boxes full of miracles, it would be a waste if a company didn’t take advantage of such a monetary opportunity to sell the people what they love.