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11 December 2013 0 View comments Booming: Britons spend more than 1,200 each online every year, the most in the world The British spend far more online than any other nation in the world at an average of 1,175 per head, amid a dramatic shift in
Turn off your smart phone...A new study published in the Computers in Human Behaviour journal states it has confirmed what most of us already know: Smart phones are bad for our mental health. Researchers at Kent State University in Ohio tracked how
Centre County missed the bulk of a winter storm Sunday, but the area was blanketed with snow and ice Monday. There was enough precipitation for area schools to announce two-hour delays on Monday. Bald Eagle Area's website reported that the delay was
Mobile phones have transformed into a basic human necessity but this multipurpose gadget has become an extended version of us. A research conducted in 2011, found that one in six mobile phones were contaminated with some sort of fecal matter and E.
If the ticketing system is set in place, maybe, just maybe, there would be less harmful incidents. Drivers that use their cell phones while driving should be ticketed because it's one of the main reasons or distractions that cause people to mow down
USA Today's John Kelly reports many U.S. law enforcement agencies have accessed cell towers to gather call data from thousands of residents, similar to tactics used by the N.S.A. Approximately one-in-four of the agencies Kelly surveyed have executed
T he proportion of the global population using the Internet rose three percentage points to 38.8 per cent in 2013. More significantly, average worldwide broadband speeds are up 17 per cent on last year, according to Quartz , a business publication.
The crackdown by authorities on undocumented expatriates has taken a toll on mobile phone sales in the Kingdom, with retail stores claiming that the drop in sales was as much as 50 percent in the past one month. Shopkeepers attributed the steep fall
Bangkok Media audiences can change the prevailing media culture and contribute to the fight for gender equality through critical engagement and active participation in the media...Participants agreed that society must subvert the trend of passive
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