Can a cellphone’s grip be broken?

By CHARLIE SMITH,

Cellphones have dug their electronic tendrils deep into all of our brains. The devices are programmed to ding and buzz all the time and keep our attention. A world of information is always right there in your pocket, and the temptation is so great to constantly look at it is almost impossible to resist.

Various ways have been tried.

 
 
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