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'Smartphone detox' shown to relieve stress and anxiety - similar to detoxing from other addictions

11/26/2016 - Let's face it: Hundreds of millions of people around the world are addicted to their smartphones. Everywhere we go, we see people with their eyes glued to their smartphone screens, scanning the latest information, texting away or gaming. But as we're beginning to find out, this Information Age addiction...

Overuse of smartphones alters your brain, decreasing sensitivity of leisure reward centers

1/20/2016 - People who overuse smartphones get less enjoyment out of their leisure time, according to a study conducted by researchers from Kent State University and published online in the journal Computers in Human Behavior. "In our previously published research, we found that high-frequency cell phone users...

Smartphones now in development will monitor users' blood and speech

9/30/2014 - Smartphones continue to evolve, becoming more and more like micromanagement devices in the process. These devices absorb information like a sponge, building a profile on their user, information that can easily be breached by third parties. Using GPS technology, these gadgets already detail everywhere...

Protect yourself with the latest weapon against GMOs - smartphone technology

5/17/2014 - Consumers will soon have the power to conduct on the spot tests for a variety of poisons in their food -- including GMOs, nanoparticals, pesticides and bacteria. Using smartphone technology, along with a specialized cradle and app, researchers have developed a biosensor that identifies various toxins,...

FOODSNIFFER smartphone app will allow food safety testing by consumers everywhere

5/11/2014 - European researchers are working on developing a smartphone-embedded sensor that would allow consumers to scan food for the presence of contaminants -- from pesticides and allergens to foodborne infectious agents. The sensor is being developed under the name FOODSNIFFER (FOOD Safety at the point-of-Need...

FreedomPop develops privacy-oriented smartphone nicknamed 'Snowden Phone'

3/11/2014 - A "wireless underdog" best known for its free Internet and phone plans has introduced another revolutionary product: a smartphone that enables users to reclaim some lost privacy. The company, FreedomPop, is taking advantage of the privacy-oriented, Android operating system smartphone trend in developing...

Boeing working on top-secret self-destructing smartphone for government agents

3/7/2014 - The Federal Communications Commission Office of Engineering and Technology harbors a list of tests coming from Boeing, which reveal the development of a top-secret smartphone designed especially for government agents. Here they are on the FCC website. Trying to keep the details as secret as possible,...

FDA now trying to regulate 'smartphone' apps by blocking all natural medicine technology from mobile devices

9/28/2013 - The internet is no longer the only open-source communication medium that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is trying to censor. The Alliance for Natural Health - USA (ANH-USA) reports that the FDA is now going after "smartphones" by trying to force mobile "app" developers to gain pre-approval...

Universal Detection Technology may result in a smartphone radiation detector app for food

4/9/2012 - Smartphones just keep getting smarter as more and more apps are developed, and now, they may soon be able to detect radiation in food. Tech firm Universal Detection Technology (UDT), in collaboration with Honeywell International, one of the nation's larger defense contractors, is working to develop...

Investigation reveals Facebook is spying on smartphone users' personal text messages

3/1/2012 - As early as the late 1970s, there have been privacy concerns in the so-called "information age." And why not? At every stage since the widespread acceptance and use of the computer, and especially the Internet, someone has been trying to invade your privacy. The latest infringement comes from Facebook,...

Android smartphone software tracks every user action and keystroke, analysis finds

12/8/2011 - Smartphone devices are convenient, handy tools for staying in touch with friends and family, getting directions on the go, and accessing a variety of helpful user applications from virtually anywhere. But a recent analysis of smartphones loaded with Google's Android software platform reveals that the...

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