Some gadgets are wireless so that the average user doesn’t need any additional cables if they’d like to listen to music or charge a smartphone.
A place where we share our thoughts and stories written by some great authors we collaborate with, together with news from Mudita.
Personal experiences of the founder of Mudita had a major impact on the decision of establishing it. We asked Michal to tell his story in a short documentary.
Together with the launch of our new website, we shared with media outlets some new information on our development and our plans for the crowdfunding campaign.
The third article in the blog series of our guest writer, Jadelin Pikake Felipe. She writes about her research on college students intentionally unplugging.
In your twenties, FOMO is being afraid of skipping that one party at the dorm or a dinner out with friends, in case it turns out to be a night to remember.
A generation of smartphone natives, children often have unrestricted access to the internet, they experience both the countless benefits and the dangers.
Stress is an inevitable part of our lives. Being a natural reaction of the body, it stimulates our system and mobilizes it to retreat or fight.
Can you imagine a day without technology? Can you imagine having to deliberately turn off your mobile phone, computer or tablet in order to focus offline.
Stress affects all of us. A Hindu proverb says that everyone is a house with four rooms, i.e. a physical, a mental, an emotional, and a spiritual room.
A lot of us are notoriously bad at time management, so one way to manage it effectively is to note things down in a calendar. It’s something we can stick to.
We live in a time where most of us can’t live without our mobile phones. We use them everywhere, at work, in a restaurant, during a walk, at the gym etc.
Do you use your mobile phone before going to sleep? Is aimlessly scrolling through Twitter, Instagram or Facebook posts part of your late night routine?
A digital detox can reduce anxiety and stress; it also helps deal with information overload and technology dependency. You may find yourself feeling tired.
The first thing most people do when they wake up is check their mobile phones for emails and notifications. Then, some might browse social media.