Tag Archives: Smartphones

From Clay Tablets to Smartphones: 5,000 Years of Writing

The New York Times – London – “The writing’s on the wall, we’re told. Whether it was Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press in the 15th century, the invention of the typewriter 300 years later, or the emoji of today’s smartphones, the … Continue reading

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Smartphones Help Commercial Fishermen

Communication while aboard vessels has been an issue for seafarers for as long as humans have been going to sea. We have gone from bells and foghorns to the first radio telegraph in 1895, to the innovative satellite communication products … Continue reading

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Futurelawyer And The Three Bears Theory Of Smartphones

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Have smartphones killed the art of conversation?

A decade of digital dependency – 02 August 2018 – “Most people in the UK are dependent on their digital devices and need a constant connection to the internet, according to research published today by Ofcom… Ofcom’s Communications Market Report … Continue reading

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California Law on Police Searches of Smartphones

Reacting to a decision of the state's Supreme Court, the California legislature recently passed a bill that will require law enforcement to get a warrant before searching "information in a portable electronic device" carried by a person who's been arrested. … Continue reading

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