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Why people ignore software security warnings

New York: Software developers please take note. If you want people to pay attention to security warnings on computers or mobile devices, you need to make them pop up at better times. According to a team from Brigham Young University in collaboration with Google Chrome engineers, the status quo of warning messages appearing haphazardly —

Why people ignore friends for smartphones

London: Internet addiction is the reason why people often snub social companion to concentrate on their smartphones, suggests a new research. According to researchers, addiction to internet has proliferated this behaviour — known as phubbing — wherein they are prompted to ‘phub’ as well as experience being ‘phubbed’ in social situations. The term “phubbing” represents