In an age where humans are slowly turning into cyborgs with their wearable tech, technology is not only influencing our day-to-day routines, but it’s also influencing how we shop, especially during the holidays.
From LED lights and texting lanes to passing laws making walking and texting illegal while crossing streets, cities across the U.S. and Europe are finding new ways to protect citizens from being distracted by their smartphones.
Thanks to modern technological advances and the world of Google at our fingertips, studies have shown that millennials have just as bad memory as senior citizens.
The “quarter-life crisis” is a phenomenon characterized by insecurities, disappointments, loneliness, and depression during the transition into adulthood. Technology and social networks spur these feelings by providing a constant stream of “success stories” for individuals to compare themselves to.