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Global 5G users projected to reach 1.5b by 2024
Data and analytics company GlobalData reported the number of global 5G subscriptions is expected to hit 1.5 billion in the next five years.
Instagram hides 'likes' to 'ease pressure on users
Instagram started hiding "likes" on its platform in Australia, Brazil and several other major markets Thursday, saying it wanted to ease pressure on users, following criticism about its impacts on mental health.
Some Facebook users perceive worsening physical health
Facebook use linked to perceptions of worsening physical health, a new research from the University of Surrey in UK, revealed.
Instagram Stories, WhatsApp Status hit 300 million active users
The features, which are the clones of rival app Snapchat, now boast numbers almost twice the size of the original that has 173 million daily active users.
Social media will soon hit 2.5B users
(Facebook Inc.) and other social media company investors have another thing to cheer about: A potential eight percent increase in the number of users that access a social network at least once a month this year.
Smart technology needs smart users
A quarter of energy consumption worldwide occurs in the home, and this percentage is increasing, even in OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries) countries, despite more efficient fridges and better insulation.
Inhaler users get half the medication they need per puff
Studies, conducted at Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, found inhaler users only get about half the amount of medication they need from each puff due to human error.
Sunbed users get melanoma at younger age
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer with the strongest increase in incidence in the last decade, and the incidence rates have never been as high as in 2014.
Smokeless tobacco users susceptible to cancer
Compared to cigarette smokers, users of smokeless tobacco are exposed to equal or higher levels of nicotine and NNK, a cancer-causing chemical in tobacco products, according to a study from the US government.

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