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Worries of Widespread 'Tech Addiction' May Be Overblown, Says Study
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Worries of Widespread 'Tech Addiction' May Be Overblown, Says Study

Researchers found a weak relationship between early technology use and later technology use, indicating fears of widespread, long-lasting tech addiction may be...

Technologies for the Visually Impaired
From Communications of the ACM

Technologies for the Visually Impaired

The last decade has seen major advancements in technology for the blind and visually impaired, but problems remain.

Softening Up Robots
From Communications of the ACM

Softening Up Robots

Giving robots soft, artificial skin would enable them to work more closely with people.

Tracking COVID, Discreetly
From Communications of the ACM

Tracking COVID, Discreetly

Tracing the contacts of those who come into contact with the coronavirus is not that simple.

Computer Scientists Launch Counteroffensive Against Video Game Cheaters
From ACM TechNews

Computer Scientists Launch Counteroffensive Against Video Game Cheaters

University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists have developed a countermeasure against video game cheaters.
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