digital lifestyle

3 in 10 S. Korean teens victimized by cyberbullying: study

Nearly three out of 10 South Korean teenagers have been bullied in cyberspace, but few have sought help. Types of bullying ranged from leaking private information, which was most common at 12.1 percent, to bullying while playing online games, which followed with 10.2 percent.

International

You, your mobile life…and the disruptive technology behind it all

This story isn’t about someone like you, it’s about you. Your unique habits, preferences and expectations. It’s about how you like to start your holiday shopping early and how you are the master of multi-tasking, regularly completing your banking on your smartphone while you’re in transit on your daily commute.

U.S.

Apps Alter Reading on the Web

The DVR rocked the world of television by letting viewers skip commercials and build their own home viewing schedules. Now a handful of Web services and applications are starting to do much the same thing to online publishers.
U.S.

Wireless way to go

The overwhelming number of smart phones and tablet devices in the market has brought about a paradigm shift involving virtual mobile workers, corporate data centres and a blurring of network security.

Since Steve Jobs introduced the world to the iPhone and iPad, there has been a mass adoption of smart phones and tablets, creating changes in the working environment and enabling lifestyle benefits for workers, Dominic Orr, CEO and president of Aruba Networks told Database.
International

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