Why do most people hate being alone with their thoughts? Pain. When you feel physical or psychological pain you instinctively move away from it. However, when you feel emotional pain there's nowhere to go. Instead you may try to escape by distracting yourself with your cellphone.
I thought I was addicted to my phone before I even had a kid. And while I may not be so good at texting back nowadays, I have found it so much easier (to my reluctance) to run my house and my life with apps. I didn't want to be THAT person who relied on their phone for everything but it's like having an assistant!
The next time you don't think you have time for exercise, just take a look around at the very busy, dynamic successful individuals out there, from presidents and CEOs to legends like Arnold -- most manage time for exercise and are wise to do so.
Being on our electronic devices, updating our status and replying immediately to texts and emails can be annoying to those who are in our presence. Live. In real time. Especially our children.
I like spiffy new gadgets as much as the next guy. True, I didn't stand in the long line in front of my local Apple Store on Day 1 of the iPhone 6...
In the grand scheme of things, a public tiff between Apple and Google emphasizes how important online privacy has become in the eyes of industry titans and the masses their products cater to.
Photographs do lie, but alas, the photographs of bent iPhones are mostly real. I have received several phone calls from actual victims seeking help. Sorrowfully, I have no help to offer.
Although #BendGate has not been nearly as much of an issue as the botched iOS 8.0.1 update that caused network connectivity and Touch ID malfunctions, it has produced some pretty hilarious reactions.
Let's take a look at some clips that people have uploaded to YouTube, showing us what we need to keep our iPhone 6 phones away from.
Whether you like the slim and sleek look or prefer more rugged support, take a look through the options and choose the case that's right for you.
While there was talk in the industry and among consumers that Apple was losing its "cool factor," the unveiling of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus proved everyone wrong. Tim Cook's keynote a few weeks ago demonstrated Apple's still got it.
Don't get me wrong: I don't hate technology. Quite the opposite, I've adopted and advocate the latest and greatest like most people, but I came to a realization recently that I had to detox. And I put together a list of reasons why.
My iPhone and I have been inseparable for years. I call him Kenny. When I stepped into the bathtub, Kenny leaped in before I could restrain him. I cried out, 'No, no, don't do that! You have so much to live for.' But he couldn't turn back. He gurgled, gasped and sank.
On Friday, exactly the same day that the new iPhone 6 was available in Apple stores, my heretofore perfectly-functioning iPhone 5 began acting nutty. Let's see if you can sort out whether the following actions were performed by the Drunken College Girl (DCG) or my iPhone 5.
Friday was the eighth time I've unboxed a new iPhone. It was also the fourth time I've stood in line with other equally deranged Apple fans, and waited patiently for the next big thing. It was the first time I was disappointed, and the first time I was frustrated.