Mental health is a growing priority among average people, doctors, and … video game designers? It turns out that video games may have a positive impact on mental health conditions, and certain styles of games may be better than others.
Since smartphones are more common than game consoles, we tracked down some of the best mobile games for your mental health—puzzle games, simulations, and more. Check them out in our top story!
Mental health hasn’t always been a mainstream topic. Fortunately, humans are always finding ways to expand our knowledge with new techniques to treat what ails us. Mobile games are an especially interesting way to cope with mental health illnesses and add an overall mood boost. Read More »
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After several leaks and rumors, DJI has officially announced the all-new DJI Mini 3 Pro. The company’s smallest and lightest drone ever just received huge upgrades across the board, including a rotating camera perfect for social media influencers. Read More »
Back in April, Google announced that it would be making smartphone repairs easier by offering genuine Pixel phone parts from the popular site iFixit. Now, they’re finally available and give DIY fans a chance to fix some of the most common parts on their Pixel device. Read More »
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