Category Archives: Balancing Technology and Life

How To Minimize Teen Distracted Driving

How To Minimize Teen Distracted Driving Today’s teenager has grown up with a constant connection to friends and the world via mobile technology. Teens ready to drive today have likely had a phone for years before getting licensed. So, it … Continue reading

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Introducing the Internet of Things

Trying to get fit? You can track your activity levels through a smartphone to monitor movements, locations, and workouts throughout the day. Want to make your home more energy efficient? Smart thermostats like the Nest use sensors, weather forecasts, and … Continue reading

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98.5% Drives are Safe with LifeSaver

Today an alarming one in four reported car accidents involves a distracted driver using a cell phone. [1] Additionally, a disproportionate percentage of young people are involved in fatal crashes due to distracted driving. Specifically ages 15-39 fall into the … Continue reading

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The LifeSaver Solution: The Start of Something Good

The LifeSaver Mobile Response —  By Mike Demele, Co-Founder In her recent TechCrunch article, Smartphone Makers Need To Put An End To Distracted Driving, Sarah Perez clearly states that there are lots of apps out there, but to address the issue of distracted … Continue reading

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Addressing the Distracted Driving Problem Here and Now

With the rapid increase in the adoption of smartphones, there has also been a continued increase in the number of distracted driving related accidents. While the recent introduction of connected car technologies such as Apple’s CarPlay may help to address … Continue reading

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Is it time to play ‘Phone Stack’ at the dinner table?

In my youth it was all about the TV. It was relatively easy for parents to block the TV from over use simply because there was only one, and often it was not in the same room where we were … Continue reading

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