Browsing articles tagged with "smartphones Archives - Blonde 2.0's Blog"

Let’s be honest, following the announcement of Kim Kardashian’s new emojis, everyone fell into two categories – either the people that could not care less, or the people that needed to get their hands on that crying emoji. Since their invention in 1995, emojis have become a staple of texting, and with Kim K on […]

If the big television networks want you to believe that the future looks just like the past, they’re missing the bigger trend: consumers want control. And, they also want a more interactive experience, social engagement, and integration with other activities in their lives, increasingly maintained through apps. Television will never again be something we simply […]

I can remember getting my first cell phone back in the ’90’s. It was a Nokia 1011.  The only game options I had were “Catch” and ‘Try To Break Me“. Try to break me was my favorite. My friends and I would throw the phone as hard as we could against a wall. Usually, the wall […]

When was the last time you had to memorize anything without using technology? Can’t remember? Neither can I. It seems that one of the most prominent changes brought to us by the smartphones revolution, is that the more we expend out digital memory – the more we lose touch with our human one. Sure, you […]

When I share a picture or post on Facebook, I am sharing it with the hopes of other people finding some level of enjoyment, envy or, conflict with what I posted, or in essence, a reaction. With social media, we archive our entire lives into albums and share what’s happening right now in 140 characters […]

Get it together Google. Get it together Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG and everyone else! I am sick and tired of phones that don’t work. How hard can it be? Simply said, I’m a loyal Android user and fanboy of the OS for about two years now. I stood by the OS through thick and thin […]

Post written by Shahar Goldfinger Yesterday a friend took a picture of me and two other friends sitting together at a coffee shop with all our heads buried in our smartphones. When he was asked why he did this he yelled “This is what these <expletive deleted> phones are making us! We don’t communicate anymore! […]