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What applications use the most battery on your mobile?
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What applications use the most battery on your mobile?

You probably already know that some apps use more battery than others. Today we have dozens of apps on our phone that sometimes we don't even use, but if you wanted to know what they were in order to reduce your consumption, you will be surprised to know that the names of the applications that lead the top will be impossible to put aside. And no, there is neither Instagram nor tiktok, multimedia content applications like Twitch do not top the list, but they are close to the top positions. The truth is that these applications really consume so much battery not because of the amount of resources they need to function, but because the amount of permissions they need means that, af...
These popular applications are draining your mobile battery: this is how you can avoid it
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These popular applications are draining your mobile battery: this is how you can avoid it

Many of the most downloaded applications are also responsible for draining your phone's battery: this is how you can remedy itYour mobile battery suffers when you use these applications.The leap from mobile phones without Internet connection to current smartphones was enormous and allowed people to connect from anywhere on the planet. Although not everything was positive, there are the days when the battery lasted a week.Currently, the battery of mobile phones more than two years old lasts considerably less than fresh from the factory. Having them at home, they become almost a landline phone, plugged in all day with cable. To the age of the terminal we must add the existence of some applications that, when running in the background, they are consuming battery.These applications access t...
Why Today’s Young People Live Better Than Their Parents
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Why Today’s Young People Live Better Than Their Parents

The so-called 'millennials' have had access to information that their parents never dreamed of, they enjoy leisure and culture more than they do, they have more freedom, more gender equality and many more facilities to reconcile Read . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
This town shows that WhatsApp and Facebook existed earlier than you thought
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This town shows that WhatsApp and Facebook existed earlier than you thought

What would it be like to bring social networks to a town that barely has coverage? The artist and activist Fra Biancoshock played with the contrasts between the Internet and real life in a small Italian town. The town, called Crivitacampomarano, has about 400 residents. There, the mobiles barely have coverage and the data practically does not work in their territory. For its inhabitants, mostly elderly, the concepts WhatsApp, Tinder and WeTransfer are almost unknown. However, Biancoshock wanted to bring social networks closer to the people.Verne, a digital medium from El País, contacted via email with the artist to learn more curiosities about his project. "The goal was to show ...
National Police detain a woman who called men through Tinder to ‘pepear’ and assault them
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National Police detain a woman who called men through Tinder to ‘pepear’ and assault them

The National Police He captured the criminal Alexandra Oré Morales, alias 'La viuda negra', who was dedicated to summoning men through the Tinder application and then 'pepear' and assault them.“She is a person who, taking advantage of social media applications, contacts her victims, especially mature people with financial solvency.”Said the head of the Robbery Division, Colonel PNP Carlos Soller, in the program Cuarto Poder.SIGHT: Zapallal: older adult remains on the street after the truck collapsed the wall of her homeThe journalistic report revealed the testimony of one of the last victims of Oré Morales. The event occurred in December 2020, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).The woman contacted the man on Tinder but introduced herself under another name. Then they me...
82% of women dismiss a quote on Tinder if it’s misspelled
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82% of women dismiss a quote on Tinder if it’s misspelled

Flirt through apps and websites It is already an activity we are used to. But what are the tricks for succeed on and off screens? A study by the University of Alicante (UA) and the University of Navarra have revealed that spelling mistakes they count when it comes to flirting 'online', and a lot. In fact, 82% of women, compared to 42% of men, penalize making these mistakes when choosing a possible date. Professor María del Carmen Méndez Santos, from the Linguistics Area of ​​the University of Alicante, is carrying out, together with the specialist from the University of Navarra, and a PhD from the UA, Esther Linares Bernabéu, a study on how language use can affect flirting when done through apps 'online'. The key to the "match" For now, and with the investigation still ...