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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND Indicating that they hope Apple will implement new iOS features designed to curb the “smartphone...

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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND Students from Stanford staged a technology addition protest outside the...

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“How to Break Up With Your Phone” author Catherine Price explains on the latest Too Embarrassed to Ask. Last week on Too Embarrassed to Ask, we heard how the attendees of the Code Media...

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In the United States, 115 people die as the result of an opioid drug overdose every day. This statistic, gathered as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) work to understand...

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“Leave your phone in another room” is a popular anti-addiction strategy. For this episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask, The Verge’s Lauren Goode roamed the halls of the 2018 Code Media conference...

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Desperate Times The opioid epidemic continues to sweep across the U.S. as manufacturers flood towns with millions of opioid pills. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that an...

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Split Opinion Depending on who you ask, kratom is either a wonder drug that can safely treat opioid addiction and pain relief, or a significant threat to public health. Now, the Food and Drug Administration...

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A group of former Facebook, Google and Mozilla executives have joined forces to establish the Center for Humane Technology, a new organization dedicated to combating the growing problem of addictive...

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Investors have recently called on Apple to add more parental controls to its devices to help in limiting things such as use time for young children. Following the company’s announcement that it would...

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Speaking in the United Kingdom today regarding Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum, Apple CEO Tim Cook briefly addressed the topic of iPhone addiction, seemingly casting blame on social media, and...