Screen sucking — it’s a thing!


Screen sucking --- it's a thing!
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With all the technology that we now have, gadgets we can play with, and social media to interact with.. there is danger that these will cause the contradictory effect of what they are trying to aim at — make life easier.

Screen sucking — I heard this from a leadership audio book I found interesting. It’s when you engage with your gadget (laptop, tablet, phone, TV, etc.) and you find it hard to let go, losing track of time. It’s a phenomenon when a gadget sucks your attention in and serves as an ultimate distraction source.

What does it affect?

1) Productivity – To fully appreciate the effect it has on your productivity, try to keep away from your gadgets (all of them) for at least a day and see how much you can do. This is assuming that what you do doesn’t directly involve any…

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Iphone 5s Important Tricks You Should Know

Tips Tricks & Tutorial



 1.      Photo Sharing
 Tap multiple images inside the gallery and share them all at the same time by  simply using the iCloud Photo Sharing service.

 2.      Panorama Effect

Use the camera app to capture a wider image by swiping left to right or vice versa  and create the Panorama image. Simply tap the arrow for switching direction.

3.      Burst Mode
Shoot multiple images in action at once. Hold down the button to snap 10 photos per second with real-time analytic suggestions for the best captures.

Swipe Gesture

4.      Quick Email Deletion
No need to tap or press anything to delete emails. Simply swipe from right to left on messages inside your inbox to quickly erase them.

5.      Easy Email Access
Swipe from left to right from the edge of your display screen and access your email instantly.

6.      Spotlight Search
If you want to access Spotlight search easily, swipe…

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New Trouble Spot for Google Glass: Movie Theaters


You may now add movie theaters to the list of places where Google Glass can get you into trouble, along with bars, casinos and strip clubs.

The Gadgeteer has the story of a Glass user in Columbus, Ohio who brought his high-tech glasses into an AMC movie theater.

Because I don’t want Glass to distract me during the movie, I turn them off (but since my prescription lenses are on the frame, I still wear them). About an hour into the movie (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit), a guy comes near my seat, shoves a badge that had some sort of a shield on it, yanks the Google Glass off my face and says “follow me outside immediately.” It was quite embarrassing and outside of the theater there were about 5-10 cops and mall cops. Since I didn’t catch his name in the dark of the theater, I asked…

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