Stay Connected, Get Addicted?

Social networking is the second most popular thing that smartphone users spend their time doing, with 64.2 million people now social networking on their mobile. Although, it has been suggested that some are suffering from social media addictions. As smartphones are providing instant access to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, is there a real possibility that we have become addicts?

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Re-inventing The Book...Again

Reading has always been a favoured past time, although how we're reading has changed drastically in just a few years. Despite the paperback book still being the most popular medium for reading, the present e-reader craze has witnessed a shift, as avid readers are being converted to electronic devices. But now there is a new shift, as people abandon their e-readers for tablets.

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Reign of Rovio

Angry Birds developer, Rovio, is truly the king of apps as their addictive game sores past one billion downloads. Fans are now setting their sights to 27th September, which will launch Rovio's new game, "Bad Piggies". Can this game match the success of those fury filled birds?

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Two Birds With One Phone

2007 saw the arrival of the original iPhone, and since then smartphones have revolutionised the way we use our phones: they have completely changed how we communicate, connect and consume. Overtime, smartphones have even made several items completely redundant in today's society, but what else is there left for smartphones to replace? Is the sky truly the limit?

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Are Smartphones Pinching Nintendo's Audience?

The introduction of apps on smartphones has opened up an entirely new platform for games. Our mobiles are becoming ever legitimate entertainment systems, and by the end of 2011, 64% of downloaded apps were games. Many are correlating this with Nintendo's recently reported drop in sales: are smartphones now converting Nintendo's casual-gaming audience?

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