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    Default Can you go an hour without touching your phone? I can't.

    My friends, parents and lecturers have noticed that I can't go ten minutes leave alone an hour without touching my phone. A really weared habit. I am trying to stop actually and it is proving to be really difficult.
    So my friends are we on the she boat? Can you go an hour without touching your phone? Impossible right?

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    I was brought up at a time when even the word "mobile phone" did not exist. I have spent even full day without touching my phone (thanks to the considerate people who did not call).
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    I can spend the whole day without a mobile. In fact I wish a day without mobile phones. I think this is the main reason why people lost their thinking habits nowadays as this tiny device will never let you do. That is why there are no Einsteins. I think i am quite exaggerating the facts. But if you ask me whether I can spend a day with out computer that would be very difficult for me.

    I think mobile use is like an addiction nowadays and you can see news of people getting into accidents using mobile on streets and also while driving. In our area bike riders use to hide their mobile in their helmet so that he can speak without any interruption on the go. What is the need for that I just wonder? He just thinks he is the first citizen of the nation and the whole nation will suffer if he does not attend a call on the go. But what about the people waiting at home for his return?

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    I haven't used mine for weeks but there is a reason. It is currently broken and I am saving some money so can have it fixed asap. I do admit it drives me crazy because I am addicted to a certain game and not being able to play it really ruins my day on a daily basis.

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    I am going to be honest, and admit that I find it very hard to go a day without touching my phone, I've been very close a couple of times; mainly when my internet got cut off, and I had no way of using the internet. However, on a day to day basis I use my phone a lot, for example, I'm writing this message on my way to college whilst I'm on the bus.

    I use my phone, and the internet to pass a lot of time, for example on my way to college which is a 1 hour bus ride, or when I'm bored at home.

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    I am saving some cash so I can finally have mine fixed but now I am considering to buy a new one instead of repairs. The only advantage of repairs is that I dont have to set up my email and social media accounts. I am too lazy to log in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mwazaule View Post
    My friends, parents and lecturers have noticed that I can't go ten minutes leave alone an hour without touching my phone. A really weared habit. I am trying to stop actually and it is proving to be really difficult.
    So my friends are we on the she boat? Can you go an hour without touching your phone? Impossible right?
    It isn't impossible, you probably have a lot of things in your phone that warrant your attention, which ensures a lot of distraction. I tend to not use my phone a lot, because I have other activities to occupy my time, such as reading a book. But I understand the compulsiveness to check your phone, as I use my phone as a clock, especially in lectures, where time seems to drag.

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    I think I can do it because I use it whenever necessary. I even tested myself for leaving it inside my bag for at least several hours and I succeeded. Nevertheless, I couldn't spend a day without touching it as I found it as a necessity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    It isn't impossible, you probably have a lot of things in your phone that warrant your attention, which ensures a lot of distraction. I tend to not use my phone a lot, because I have other activities to occupy my time, such as reading a book. But I understand the compulsiveness to check your phone, as I use my phone as a clock, especially in lectures, where time seems to drag.
    That is absolutely right. It all depends on how we use our mobile phone. If we use it for more purposes like calling, texting, as an alarm, to-do reminder etc. a day without mobile phone would be nearly impossible. But it is really good to have one single device doing everything for us.

    As you already mentioned if you are occupied with other activities for the whole day even absence of a mobile phone will not bother you too much. Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our life due to its varied uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    That is absolutely right. It all depends on how we use our mobile phone. If we use it for more purposes like calling, texting, as an alarm, to-do reminder etc. a day without mobile phone would be nearly impossible. But it is really good to have one single device doing everything for us.

    As you already mentioned if you are occupied with other activities for the whole day even absence of a mobile phone will not bother you too much. Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our life due to its varied uses.
    Yes it has so many functions, I know I can't leave without my phone, as I like being informed, especially when I don't know anything and currently at school, my phone works as my hotspot, it does a better job than the modems allowed in my school, insufficient network coverage doesn't allow for most of the WiFi providers to operate in the part of the country where I school.

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    More and more people these days are using their smartphone for everyday things. People have apps for alsorts of used these days, and the days of using a phone as a device to communicate are in the past.

    With this in mind I think less and less people are able to go a full hour without using their phone, I know that I would struggle anyway.

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    Having problems with our phone is the world's greatest first world problem. It is such a big first world problem it also happens in 3rd world countries. I am happy that I am not as dependent on my phone as most people. We live in an age that even the homeless have a smart phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    Having problems with our phone is the world's greatest first world problem. It is such a big first world problem it also happens in 3rd world countries. I am happy that I am not as dependent on my phone as most people. We live in an age that even the homeless have a smart phone.
    I watched some funny videos, in which homeless people are very tech savvy. Which means they became homeless due to their addiction to tech. Even videos about the crazy things some people would do for WiFi connections, just in order to continue using their phones and other things. My friends are always glued to the parts of a room that have a socket to plug-in their phones 24/7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    Having problems with our phone is the world's greatest first world problem. It is such a big first world problem it also happens in 3rd world countries. I am happy that I am not as dependent on my phone as most people. We live in an age that even the homeless have a smart phone.
    Being in a third world country, I agree with you. There are times that it is not necessary to use it but people still do. They do senseless stuff like taking a picture before eating or even using the phone when you are with someone, thus limiting communication with the person you are which I think is lack of respect. I need a phone but I am not addicted to it.

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    It just goes to show how far mobile technology as come, as even 10 years ago a mobile phone was simply that, a phone. A way of keeping in touch when you wasn't at home, but these days the phone part if the device is the part that gets used the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwarbi View Post
    It just goes to show how far mobile technology as come, as even 10 years ago a mobile phone was simply that, a phone. A way of keeping in touch when you wasn't at home, but these days the phone part if the device is the part that gets used the least.
    You are so true. Earlier a telephone was considered as a medium to get in touch with others instantly. Now communication is only a small part of the game, a handset is much more than that. It is a mini computer, a digicam, an adio recorder, a video conferencing equipment, a play back device, a health monitoring system, a movie hub and too many other features. We are somewhat confused which one to buy as there are too many options to choose from.

    In future it is no wonder if we could speak to people in the other world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    You are so true. Earlier a telephone was considered as a medium to get in touch with others instantly. Now communication is only a small part of the game, a handset is much more than that. It is a mini computer, a digicam, an adio recorder, a video conferencing equipment, a play back device, a health monitoring system, a movie hub and too many other features. We are somewhat confused which one to buy as there are too many options to choose from.

    In future it is no wonder if we could speak to people in the other world!
    There's already technology out there such as the Google glass (which failed) that connects you to the internet anywhere, all the time, as long as you wear the device. Such devices allow you to see a Heads Up Display with notifications, directions, alerts etc in real time. It is certainly interesting to think about what mobile device technology will be able to achieve in the coming years.

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    I know a whole family that is complete as in the parents are not divorced and still sleeps in the same bed but they have no relationships with each other that involves hugs and kisses because their relationship as a family is also virtual. They live in the same house but they only interact in Facebook. People use to interact on the streets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    I know a whole family that is complete as in the parents are not divorced and still sleeps in the same bed but they have no relationships with each other that involves hugs and kisses because their relationship as a family is also virtual. They live in the same house but they only interact in Facebook. People use to interact on the streets.
    That's a big problem. In fact, I had seen a lot of memes in the internet which targets uncontrolled use of Facebook. I had a friend whom I am with several times but he spent the entire day holding his phone interacting with virtual friends but not interacting with me who's with him personally.

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    I think that is one of the biggest threats of computers and Internet. We interact with machines and not with humans anymore. We are ready to spend the entire day in front of computers. Our socializing skills which is the corner stone of a society are gradually diminishing. We tend to become prone to various diseases when we are not physically exercised.

    Similar is the case of computer addiction, especially among kids. It is a matter of concern that some parents even do not accept computer addiction as a danger for their kid. It will actually kill his thinking habits, creativity, socializing skills and overall psychological development.

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    It's all about balancing the two, everyone needs a balance. I am a bad example, I switch from using my laptop to picking up my phone,but only because of my novels, which are digitized. The world has evolved to the stage where a phone is more than a phone, it is many things. I still find time to socialize with people, one on one not through the internet. Just like everything, after doing something for a while you get bored and need something different, that's how I stay away from the internet and gadgets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    It's all about balancing the two, everyone needs a balance. I am a bad example, I switch from using my laptop to picking up my phone,but only because of my novels, which are digitized. The world has evolved to the stage where a phone is more than a phone, it is many things. I still find time to socialize with people, one on one not through the internet. Just like everything, after doing something for a while you get bored and need something different, that's how I stay away from the internet and gadgets.
    I tend to switch between my phone, and my computer quite a lot during the day. I get bored of one, and switch to the other, on and on. I check my whatsapp and snapchat out of boredom. It's become a bit if a habbit for me, sometimes I can go a couple of days when my internet gets cut off, however I'm usually very bored, and don't know what to do with my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter97 View Post
    I tend to switch between my phone, and my computer quite a lot during the day. I get bored of one, and switch to the other, on and on. I check my whatsapp and snapchat out of boredom. It's become a bit if a habbit for me, sometimes I can go a couple of days when my internet gets cut off, however I'm usually very bored, and don't know what to do with my time.
    I know how you feel, most of the best games nowadays need internet connection, with sucks so when I'm disconnected from the internet I can't play games which makes me very sad. But thank God for the books I read and movies etc. But then I'm still using my laptop or phone to do those things. I think you should use that time to socialize.

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    Even I can't! And I guess majority of people now-a-days are obsessed with their mobiles. But somehow this is just killing our lives, I mean sticking to the phones all day can cause serious physical, as well as mental problems. But then again, we just can't live without a phone for even an hour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waqsi View Post
    Even I can't! And I guess majority of people now-a-days are obsessed with their mobiles. But somehow this is just killing our lives, I mean sticking to the phones all day can cause serious physical, as well as mental problems. But then again, we just can't live without a phone for even an hour.
    Wow, I think you need to dedicate a day to locking your phone up and experiencing life especially since you can't go an hour without it [emoji15]

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    There's a lot of people that are like that though, myself included! In a way, even though your not actually doing anything on your phone you feel the need to check it just in case. It's sort of turned in to a habit for a lot of people.

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    When I thought I obsessed with my phone, everytime I go out of town for several days with my friends, there are times that I don't touch my phone. I only touch it when taking pictures but with chatting, facebooking or texting, it's minimal to never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    I know how you feel, most of the best games nowadays need internet connection, with sucks so when I'm disconnected from the internet I can't play games which makes me very sad. But thank God for the books I read and movies etc. But then I'm still using my laptop or phone to do those things. I think you should use that time to socialize.
    When I have no internet, I can go more than a day without using my phone. However, when I have an internet connection, I become VERY easily distracted by my phone, and I check snapchat etc. Evey couple of hours. The worse thing is when I try to study using the internet, I tend to study for a couple of minutes, then get distracted and not study at all. Which sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter97 View Post
    When I have no internet, I can go more than a day without using my phone. However, when I have an internet connection, I become VERY easily distracted by my phone, and I check snapchat etc. Evey couple of hours. The worse thing is when I try to study using the internet, I tend to study for a couple of minutes, then get distracted and not study at all. Which sucks.
    You've got a good phone, i get when I get back my iPhone I'd be like you, always checking as an impulse, do you sometimes open apps without a reason for opening it, I find myself doing it.

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    In that case I am more addicted to my laptop and waste a lot of time on Internet. As you said, even though I wanted to use it to my advantage it always end up doing playing lottery or other useless activities. However, I am not so addicted to smartphones. Using it for a long time give me a headache, so I avoid using it for net surfing.

    But Android games are really tempting and I have seen people spending a lot of time on it than surfing net.

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    The main culprit, is the internet. Not the gadgets, the internet is what is enabling the addiction, it is the food.

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    That is very true; computer addiction is spreading like wild fire especially among kids. Internet is like a world with open doors and there can be good and bad things. As a human nature it is most likely that kids might get attracted to bad things first. I think it is the responsibility of parents and teachers to show them the right path as they are still in a learning phase. The worst part is that most of the parents do not consider this as a danger. It is good to use computer for a limited time, but anything more than that is an addiction.

    It hampers their psychological development, kills their socializing skills and they live in a completely virtual world. When they have to face the realities in real life situations, they will find it extremely difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    The main culprit, is the internet. Not the gadgets, the internet is what is enabling the addiction, it is the food.
    I kinda agree with the internet but I think a phone can possibly be another one too. Here in my country which was dubbed as 'texting capital of the world' (not sure if it still is), there are still many who are addicted to texting. My friend can text the entire day. Unlimited text is very common here. Five years ago, texting is still more popular than social media and people in my country were addicted to texting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    The main culprit, is the internet. Not the gadgets, the internet is what is enabling the addiction, it is the food.
    Exactly! Very well said, couldn't have said it better myself. Whenever I have no internet, I stay away from my computer, and my smartphone, they pretty much become useless for me when they have no internet access. However, as soon as I get my internet back, I immediately binge surd the internet, and try to catch up on everything I missed. I think I need help hahah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter97 View Post
    Exactly! Very well said, couldn't have said it better myself. Whenever I have no internet, I stay away from my computer, and my smartphone, they pretty much become useless for me when they have no internet access. However, as soon as I get my internet back, I immediately binge surd the internet, and try to catch up on everything I missed. I think I need help hahah!
    Haha! Maybe you need to donate your phone. Kidding aside.
    Seriously, maybe it depends on every individual. Some people were often distracted because of the internet. But there are some individuals who are really addicted with the gadget because of some features like SMS which is still popular in my country. Still, every individual has their own responsibilities to themselves and others , and it's up to them how to overcome addiction with usage of these gadgets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    Haha! Maybe you need to donate your phone. Kidding aside.
    Seriously, maybe it depends on every individual. Some people were often distracted because of the internet. But there are some individuals who are really addicted with the gadget because of some features like SMS which is still popular in my country. Still, every individual has their own responsibilities to themselves and others , and it's up to them how to overcome addiction with usage of these gadgets.
    Haha I doubt anyone would accept my phone as a donation though, it's an old Samsung gaxy S3, however it's cracked alot, and the camera flash melted aways somehow (must've been left on over night or something.) My phone is an absolute mess. Anyways, I just need to find some other activities apart from the internet, then I think it would be better, as I automatically go to my phone when I'm bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter97 View Post
    Haha I doubt anyone would accept my phone as a donation though, it's an old Samsung gaxy S3, however it's cracked alot, and the camera flash melted aways somehow (must've been left on over night or something.) My phone is an absolute mess. Anyways, I just need to find some other activities apart from the internet, then I think it would be better, as I automatically go to my phone when I'm bored.
    Living in a third-world country, some people are still interested with your phone despite your description of its defects! Haha!

    Why not download some games which you can do when you are bored or while killing time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter97 View Post
    Exactly! Very well said, couldn't have said it better myself. Whenever I have no internet, I stay away from my computer, and my smartphone, they pretty much become useless for me when they have no internet access. However, as soon as I get my internet back, I immediately binge surd the internet, and try to catch up on everything I missed. I think I need help hahah!
    I am like you in that aspect, although I tend to watch movies and listen to music without the internet, but it gets tiring. It's hard to stream stuff here, so it's always better to get whatever it is you want, to watch at your convenient. That's my saving grace, while in other countries, you guys mostly stream stuff, which makes you more dependent on the internet for almost all forms of entertainment aside from the TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    I am like you in that aspect, although I tend to watch movies and listen to music without the internet, but it gets tiring. It's hard to stream stuff here, so it's always better to get whatever it is you want, to watch at your convenient. That's my saving grace, while in other countries, you guys mostly stream stuff, which makes you more dependent on the internet for almost all forms of entertainment aside from the TV.
    That is very true, here in the UK people barely watch TV anymore, it's all about YouTube, Netflix (which I do not use) and other streaming services. I think it's great in the sense that you can chose what to watch, and when to watch it. On the other hand, it sucks when you have no internet, as you are so used to getting your entertaient from the internet, and its hard trying to watch TV, especially as there's a very small range of what you can watch, unless you have cable TV which is really expensive over here.

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    I haven't touched mine for weeks, It is currently broken though. I have a feeling it is going to experience a lot abuse again once it is fixed. @Peter97 Some TV stations on my country now make their shows available for mobile so they will somehow stay relevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    I haven't touched mine for weeks, It is currently broken though. I have a feeling it is going to experience a lot abuse again once it is fixed. [emoji14] @Peter97 Some TV stations on my country now make their shows available for mobile so they will somehow stay relevant.
    I don'т waтcн тv, I ғιnd ιт ιrrelevanт now ѕιnce I waтcн wнaт I wanт тo ғroм тнe ιnтerneт. My TV ιѕ wнaт I υѕe now тo connecт мy lapтop and waтcн wнaтever мy lapтop вeιng тнe caвle. @Peтer97 I ĸnow тнey are eхpenѕιve, I υѕed тo υѕe ѕĸy wнen I lιved тнere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    I don'т waтcн тv, I ғιnd ιт ιrrelevanт now ѕιnce I waтcн wнaт I wanт тo ғroм тнe ιnтerneт. My TV ιѕ wнaт I υѕe now тo connecт мy lapтop and waтcн wнaтever мy lapтop вeιng тнe caвle. @Peтer97 I ĸnow тнey are eхpenѕιve, I υѕed тo υѕe ѕĸy wнen I lιved тнere.
    Here in my country, TV is still the medium for entertainment. However, it is evolving and TV networks are inventing ways into more techy way. They developed apps to watch the TV shows consumers wanted. That's why many consumers don't bother if they can't watch the episode as they can see them through the apps.

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    Your view. The muscles of your neck and your back. Your mental stability. Use your smartphone every day can have negative risks to your health. To avoid these risks you have to learn to use your mobile device appropriately. And what is more important: to find technology gaps in your day to day. But there is good news: the use of phones and tablets does not cause cancer. This is demonstrated by several studies on the subject .

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtadoluisalex View Post
    Your view. The muscles of your neck and your back. Your mental stability. Use your smartphone every day can have negative risks to your health. To avoid these risks you have to learn to use your mobile device appropriately. And what is more important: to find technology gaps in your day to day. But there is good news: the use of phones and tablets does not cause cancer. This is demonstrated by several studies on the subject .
    Excessive use of smartphones will certainly have its drawbacks to our health. I experienced it before so I am using my phone when necessary.

    Meanwhile, I was pleased to know from you about the good news that these gadgets can't cause cancer. At least it had lessened our worries.

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    I decided to buy a brand new one. I hope this new one is going to last. I survived weeks without touching a phone but after weeks of being deprived of having no phone, I have not stopped using my new phone at this moment. Imagine for a whole month, I have no phone because mine got broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    I decided to buy a brand new one. I hope this new one is going to last. I survived weeks without touching a phone but after weeks of being deprived of having no phone, I have not stopped using my new phone at this moment. Imagine for a whole month, I have no phone because mine got broken.
    Living without a phone is like going back to basics. I view it as necessity but I have control in using phones. Maybe you really longed to acquire a new phone.

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