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Are We Digital Dummies? - David Papp - your tech expert

Communicating is a part of human nature. It’s what we do. With advancements in technology, there are no limitations to when and where we can …

Advantages & Disadvantages of Mobile Phones

1<p>Constant Interruption<p>Since you’re always connected when you have your mobile phone, it becomes harder to ignore interruptions. People are always on …

Fatal final words: Driver habits study shows most common texts before crash

Every day distracted driving factors in more than eight fatalities and almost 1,200 injuries in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease …

Text Messaging

South Korea hopes traffic signs will cut phone distractions

Cities have tried a number of exotic solutions to get phone-toting pedestrians to focus on where they're going (or at least, out of the way). However, Seoul thinks there's a simpler answer: traffic signs. The South Korean capital is testing signs that warn smartphone owners in five accident-prone …

South Korea

Marketing, December 16, 1999 | Online Research Library

SkyDigital's ad centres on a playful mocking of the English aversion to new ideas, says Emma Reynolds<p>SkyDigital's latest ad, promoting its free …

Marketing

Cryptography for dummies

A CAMPAIGN by American and British lawmakers and security officials to get social-media companies to take more responsibility for handing over …

Nation of 'digital dummies' as texters collide with strangers while glued to phone screens

An estimated 46 million people carry mobiles with them in public in the UK<p>Whether it's getting directions, listening to music, checking social …

Shop Windows Go Digital as Dummies Get Smarter to Boost Sales

<b>LONDON, United Kingdom —</b> Dummies just got smarter. Three years after fashion retailers started outfitting mannequins with cameras to monitor …