4th of July weekend launches season of mobile devices

mobile devices technology summer - girls on phone

The Independence Day weekend is not only the beginning of many summer vacations, but also a lot of technology use. Millions of Americans celebrated the birth of their beloved country over the long weekend and while there are many traditions that are carried from year to year, 2015 brought with it a massive amount of usage of mobile devices that is expected to continue throughout the summer months. In many cases, in fact, smartphones and tablets have taken on a central role in many summertime activities. The road trip season…

Read More

WHO says that mobile phones will not hurt a users health

Mobile health mhealth WHO world health organization

A statement from the World Health Organization is reassuring billions of smartphone users that they are safe. The World Health Organization (WHO) has now released a statement that has been designed to reassure the billions of users of mobile phones around the world, as there have not been any evidence of adverse health effects associated with these devices. The public health arm of the United Nations has reviewed the research conducted over the last 20 years. According to the latest fact sheet from the WHO, “A large number of studies…

Read More

Mobile devices will undergo considerable evolution by 2019

mobile commerce devices technology social external battery charger

Some of the latest data from ABI Research has shown that there will be an overhaul of 8 billion gadgets by then. ABI Research recently released the results of its analysis which has led them to predict that the by the year 2019, the installed base of various types of mobile devices – such as smartphones, feature phones, tablets, wearables, and even notebooks – will have broken the 8 billion mark. They also pointed out that this will provide a massive installed base for charging solutions and rechargeable batteries, themselves.…

Read More

Mobile technology is becoming increasingly important to workers on the job

business mobile technology

Businesses and employees, alike, are finding that smartphones and tablets dependence is growing. The results of a new survey have now been released and are suggesting that companies and employees in Canada are becoming more dependent on mobile technology, such as smartphones and tablets, in order to be able to complete their regular tasks and responsibilities. The research indicated that 64 percent of businesses in the country use mobile devices for their regular functions. The mobile technology study was conducted by the Bank of Montreal (BMO) and discovered that while…

Read More

Mobile devices should be hidden away for the best social interactions

teen texting mobile device users

According to a recent study, for a great conversation, smartphones should be undetectable. Researchers from the department of urban affairs at Virginia Tech have released the results of a study that they have conducted with regards to the impact of the presence of mobile devices on the quality of social interactions. Though these gadgets are seen as social tools and are meant to bring individuals information, they may not help in person. Despite the fact that mobile devices are technically supposed to make sure that we can always keep in…

Read More