How to get more out of your smartphone

There’s no doubt that we’ve become increasingly distracted from the world around us and that we have become more self-aware.

However, we’ve also become more reliant on technology to keep us focused and entertained, and these changes have been attributed to inattentive thinking.

In the past few years, the number of people with cellphones has risen, and according to a new study from Google, we’re also getting more and more distracted by our smartphones.

As a result, we need to learn how to focus our attention and use technology to get our work done more efficiently, Google said in a statement.

To achieve this goal, the research team looked at data collected by the company’s Android phone operating system and found that smartphone users spent less time on task and more time on screens, making it harder for them to focus on tasks.

As part of the research, the researchers looked at how much time smartphones users spent on task in a 24-hour period.

When tasks were split into short-term tasks and long-term ones, they found that users were more likely to spend time on the task than task-switching tasks.

According to Google, the study is the first to look at the effects of smartphone inattency on task switching, which is when users take longer to switch between tasks.

“The results of this study suggest that inattentsive smartphone use can have a negative impact on task-switch efficiency,” the study concluded.

We’ve been doing this for years, but now there’s a good reason for you to pay attention.