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The importance of being mobile (part one) | Day-to-day life and behaviour

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17:30 PM | 18 February 2013

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Over the coming weeks I’ll be talking about some interesting aspects of mobile applications. But first, let’s discuss the importance of smartphones and mobile applications in our daily lives.

A look at how smartphones and mobile applications are changing our lives and behaviour.

Over the coming weeks I’ll be talking about some interesting aspects of smartphones and mobile applications. But first, let’s discuss the importance of smartphones and mobile applications in our daily lives.

Smartphones can be highly addictive. Some people might even go as far as comparing them to cigarettes (addictive, expensive, annoying). But most of the time these devices change our lives in positive way than unlike cigarettes and other addictions.

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