Have you ever been rewarded for watching a video or ad on your phone? ‘Phone farmers’ take that to the next level.
The answer to our mobile phone-in-hand addiction and it is actually simpler than you would think
It’s only a few short years ago that road trips, double maths lessons and waiting for your family in the car was dominated by Snakes, the game. I bet you can still remember the delight you felt the first time you saw a moving, pixelated graphic on a cell phone. And don’t get me started on the first time you laid eyes on a colour screen. It’s Friday, so take a walk down cell phone memory lane. Cue nostalgia in three, two, one…
The world is made up of many diverse cultures, all of whom have their own way of communicating. It is no wonder then that different parts of the world have different ideas when it comes to cellphone etiquette. RepairLabs obtained all the information and consolidated it to show cell phone etiquette around the world.
There is something quite harrowing about this photo of a kid’s cellphone, showing the conversation he was having via text, as well as the unfinished text he was writing before he crashed his car and died. Click through to see.