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This beautifully designed ‘dumb phone’ can only make calls and send texts — and it might be the key to curing our addiction to apps
The Light Phone 2 can make calls, send texts, handle basic directions, and call you a taxi — but it still doesn't have any apps.
Smartphones and social media may be changing the way our brains work.
There are hidden features inside Google's most popular products to help you combat your tech addiction.
A new study finds that cutting your time on social media to 30 minutes a day reduces your risk of depression and loneliness
A new study from the University of Pennsylvania found that limiting social media usage to 30 minutes per day can lead to improvements in well-being.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says his family TV is ‘not easily accessible’ and requires ‘activation energy’ to watch
In a New York Times interview, Google CEO Sundar Pichai discussed how he monitors his kids' interactions with tech.
iOS 12's new features are intended to help people understand how much time they're spending on their iPhone or iPad. You can now set time limits on certain apps, enable 'Do Not Disturb while you're sleeping,' and get reports on your smartphone activity.
Psychologists at the University of Oxford are highly sceptical of the media buzz around social media addiction, and are especially critical of comparisons between social media use and hard drugs like cocaine.
The results of a recent study show that small software changes on big platforms like Apple's can nudge people to make safer decisions.
‘Father of the iPod’ Tony Fadell suggests 3 features Apple could add to the iPhone to fight device addiction
One of Tony Fadell's ideas is an iPhone feature designed to let people set their own limits for device use.
There’s no solid evidence that people get addicted to social media — and using it could actually be beneficial
Most smartphone research is characterized by bad science. There is actually little to no harm in using phones and social media. The impact may even be positive.