nice, 10 Mar 2018better have them both sleep with the grizzly!! :DYes maybe.
But you can like your family dislike or hate but its your family no matter what.
Its something you just cant choose like your favorite food from your local supermarket.
Everyone is getting so much robotic nowadays. In that time a step like this by the Motorola is really admirable.
level 2: mindfully mobile. I am rather dependent on my PC, a TV, or any display/monitor screen where I could watch movies and shows or where I am allowed to work on more productive stuff than I am dependent on my basic feature phone. My balance of life is not contending with phones but with a different but relative technological or computing device. LOL!
My phone is Motorola G4 Play. And I use it rarely. So I've not addicted. I've tired playing games. My phone lasts one week with 2800 mah battery. Good luck.
Alien , 22 Feb 2018I believe that kids should be introduced to technology soon, maybe at age 5-6, BUT responsibly... moreI agree what you my said. Programming is good thing to teach Kids, but I don't like idea giving child a phone when his 5-6 it makes them more dependent on this things later on, you can teach them programming on PC, not necessarily on a phone
You click the quiz link and the page says:
This year, the smartphone turned 10 years old
How do they figure? I had a Nokia E51 smartphone back in 2007. You could load apps; you could browse the Internet. What else must it do to be a smartphone? The Nokia Communicator is even older.
I am a level 2, according to the quiz.
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2018me too.....welp, even if it seems difficult, we should take little steps to limit our usage a ... moreAye.
But for a first question i put phone over a family.
All due to strained reliationship with my mom and brother.
They are tottaly different sometimes i feel like i am not a part of a family.
My father when he was alive was same attitude as i am. But hes long time dead. 22 years since his work accident. But as i said my mom and bro are alike but tottaly different than I.
Understanding either of them is tottaly difficult. Easier is to sleep in one cave with a Grizzly bear :-)
Hey Motorola, if people aren't addicted to phones what will you do? Make typewriters?!
Probably because their battery lives suck, that's their way to being able to brag about their phones lasting a day :P
AnonD-731363, 22 Feb 2018I am phonophile LV4.
And yet despite i am very often on my phone when i am with friends i am... moreme too.....welp, even if it seems difficult, we should take little steps to limit our usage a bit, really nothing is impossible, and take support from people and family.
Also , please do not reward yourself by using your phone when you reach a goal, look for other rewards like ice cream or something you like!
Vegetaholic, 22 Feb 2018Use it as a tool to learn not to waste your time in a communicating with others all day. Commu... moreI believe that kids should be introduced to technology soon, maybe at age 5-6, BUT responsibly. Delete everything that's related to social media and make them study java and other programming language in a very friendly manner, under supervision. I've seen some excellent programming games for kids, that are fun and in the same time they actually learn something useful.
By the time they're 11-12, they will read through code like a fish swimming in water = nothing but benefits, scholarships, best collages, universities, best payed jobs.
Don't blame the internet or the kids, blame the stpd parents who should take parenting lessons loooong before they even start thinking about having a child.
Nothing is worse for a child than having bad parents with minimal skills.
Back to 30 years ago, they were the first to invent the Mobile phone
Use it as a tool to learn not to waste your time in a communicating with others all day. Communication in person is best! I use it phone mainly for browsing, reading news, articles gsmarena :) if you just sit on it and play games or just chat uselessly this tool just harm you. Kids should only get phone once they are responsible enough, maybe when they 11 or 12 only. Younger than that you risking damaging their life with social network cancer, so think carefully what you really need and want from your device, maybe you don't need it to use so much as you think? :)
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2018Loads of hot legs in the image.Too bad you can't say the same about their faces.
Akinaro, 22 Feb 2018"they panic if they think they lost their phones"
Wow... Such study showing that we are addic... more1. Back up your device each and every weekend. Store that data both on your laptop and on the cloud. No more fear of losing your personal data.
2. Buy a phone that you can afford. You don't need a phone that is worth more than 10% of your monthly income.
As simple as that.