The cobalt industry in the Congo is big business. Illegal mines, slavery, and a feudal punishment system grant us the charge in our devices.
These days, it seems like younger and younger kids are getting smartphones. Even parents who would prefer to wait longer may be tempted, wanting to know that their child is safe during the day — or pressured, wanting their children to fit in. We can’t forget, though, that smartphones are fun, portable touch-screen…
Thinking of Internet-capable babysitters for the kids this Christmas? Well, buyer beware: you may sign up for more responsibility than you bargained for.
A new study has revealed our smartphone choice says more about us than we’d ever have imagined. But it gets worse. Much, much worse.