If you spend a big part of your day using technology, be it working from your computer, sending texts and emails on your smartphone, or using controllers or tablets to play games or communicate, there’s a good chance that all of these repetitive physical movements could prove to be damaging to you over time. Luckily, with a little knowledge and training, you can keep your body safe from a lot of the harm that otherwise would befall you as a result of using technology. To show you just how you can do this, here are three ways you can protect your body from tech-related injuries.
Gamers of today are up for playing on whatever platform is available to them at the time, and that includes the tiny screens of their mobile devices. Mobile games are an excellent way to stimulate the mind in times of boredom, and there are some pretty intricate creations available for today’s mobile gamers.
If you’re looking for a new adventure, and need it on the go, then you’ve stumbled upon a pot of gold. Here is a quick look at some of the most entertaining Android mobile games available to mobile gamers this year. [Read more…]
Nerds are clearly the superior species of off-brand humans, and there have been quite a few misconceptions when it comes to the true definition of a nerd for many generations. Nerds have too long been categorized as geeks, and geeks have too long been mislabeled as nerds.
The distinction is clear, and we are here to help extinguish the fabled nonsense of the many. You may now clearly understand the difference between a nerd and a geek, and feel complete. You’re welcome, ahead of time.
Straightening out the definitions
The simplest form of explanation in this age-old debacle is to clearly define each term. [Read more…]