Social Media 

People Addicted To Social Media Have This In Common With Drug Addicts

According to a new study the decision-making attributes of excessive social media users has been likened to those of drug addicts and gamblers. It’s scary, but the research, designed to raise awareness about the hidden mental health traps affecting young adults online has shown that the risky decision-making behaviours of social media overusers is comparable to people battling substance addiction. Seventy-one participants between the ages of 18-35 took part in the study which first measured their psychological dependence on Facebook through a survey. Image: Getty Participants then performed 100 trials…

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Apple 

The End Of Apple

“Oh man, that’s almost a month’s rent for me…” Here I am sitting in a cab in New York City. I’m headed uptown to Columbia University where we’ll hold the first-ever American Disruption Summit. (You can register to watch for free here.) The driver and I are talking about the absurd price tag of the latest Apple (AAPL) iPhone. He’s shocked when I tell him the cheapest model is $1,149. “Who can afford that?” he asks. Apple’s Imminent Crash Has Begun   Apple has had an incredible decade. Since the iPhone debuted in 2007, the…

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samsung 

Leaked image shows off three variants for Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup

Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event next month, where it’s expected to show off a “fully functional” version of its foldable phone, along with the next iteration of its Galaxy lineup, Galaxy S10. A new leaked image from Evan Blass shows off three versions of the phone, the S10E, the S10, and the S10+. There have been rumors floating around since last fall that the S10 would come in three variants: the S10 and S10+ with a curved OLED screen, hole-punch selfie camera, and in-display fingerprint scanners, with a third (presumably the S10E), serving…

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Apple 

Apple highlights iPad Pro’s productivity prowess in new ad series

Published to Apple’s official YouTube channel, the five shorts run just over a minute each and highlight unique iPad Pro capabilities including powerful hardware, integration with Apple Pencil, access to a bevy of iOS apps and more. Like previous “how to” ads from Apple, the iPad Pro spots released today highlight both first- and third-party software. Each commercial was filmed, edited and designed on iPad Pro. The first ad, “A new way to take notes,” shows what users can do with iPad Pro’s Smart Keyboard Folio, Apple Pencil and note taking…

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Apple 

Apple Warned iPhones Have A Serious Problem

While Apple AAPL +0.59%’s new iPhone plans have already been exposed (twice), those designs are not coming soon enough. Now, with official price cuts deepening, new information has warned the range has more immediate problems… Thanks to a major Apple partner, the scale of iPhone problems has been laid bare and a leaked report to investors reveals another round of price cuts is likely. So if you plan to upgrade, beware. Apple’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XRAPPLE TSMC is the company which inadvertently drops the piano on Apple. The company is the sole supplier…

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Mobile phone recycling 

Global Mobile phone recycling Service Market 2018 – Apple, Cloudblue technologies, ReCellular, Envirophone

The report gives the detailed overview of Global “Mobile phone recycling Service“ Market 2018 and predicts future market trends throughout the forecast period from 2018 to 2025. Also the report executes the great study of Price and Gross Margin, Capacity, Production, Revenue, current geographical zones, technology, demand-supply, Consumption, Import, Export, Market Drivers and Opportunities. In this Professional report, we have investigated the principals, players in the market, product type, and market end-client applications. This report comprises of primary and secondary data which is exemplified in the form of pie outlines, Professional tables,…

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Mobile phone recycling 

Recycling Mobile Phones May Save Gorillas

A small act can create a huge impact. In this case, holding on to old cellphones can create a massive impact on an endangered gorilla population, a new study asserts. The study, “Recycling 115,369 mobile phones for gorilla conservation over a six-year period (2009-2014) at Zoos Victoria: A case study of ‘points of influence’ and mobile phone donations,” was authored by researchers and staff from the University of South Australia and Zoos Victoria and was published by PLOS ONE in early December. According to the study, “Annual sales of mobile phones and…

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Apple 

Apple Leak Accidentally Reveals Radical New iPhone

Despite a controversial design change, Apple AAPL -0.98%’s next-generation iPhone has primarily been criticised for a lack of outward innovation. But new information reveals the key is to look inwards…  In a new report obtained by 9to5Mac, financial giant Barclays has been tipping off investors that Apple will make three important changes to the so-called iPhone XI / iPhone 11 which are worth getting excited about. Apple iPhone XI conceptCONCEPT CREATOR Backing up a major leak last week, Barclays states that Apple will introduce a triple camera system on the iPhone XI Max. While the advancement is welcome (especially given…

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Computer 

Nada Amin To Join Harvard Computer Science Faculty

The John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences sign stands in front of Pierce Hall. Photo: Karina G. Gonzalez-Espinoza Nada Amin will join the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ Computer Science faculty this fall as an associate, the school announced Tuesday. Amin — whose research explores “easier, faster, safer” ways of programming — received her doctoral degree in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. She currently teaches at the University of Cambridge as a University Lecturer in Programming Languages. Her…

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samsung 

Samsung Galaxy S10 may have been revealed by the company ahead of February 20 launch

In a blog post published Monday outlining the company’s new One UI design, Samsung may have accidentally displayed the interface on the upcoming Galaxy S10 before its official release; on Thursday, the images were swapped for those of a more generic-looking device. Samsung may have accidentally posted a pic of the Galaxy S10 themselves before its official release next month. As spotted by redditor qgtx, the blog post that the company published on Monday showing off the new One UI design features was hastily updated three days later, changing what…

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