Let’s be honest here, you and I are guilty of using our smartphones while walking, though not constantly but you’ve certainly done it once.
A lot of people have lost their lives because of their smartphones. You can check out my post here :
A town in Netherlands is taking a keen interest in protecting pedestrians from being run over— specifically, smartphone-wielding pedestrians. They’re testing out strips of LED lights near intersections so smartphone addicts will know when it’s safe and unsafe to cross the street. Not everyone supports this plan.
It’s being tested in Bodegraven-Reeuwijk, which is just 25 miles south of Amsterdam. The street corners now have “light lines” of LEDs implanted in the sidewalks that light up red or green to correspond with when it is safe and unsafe to cross the street. The idea here is that “smartphone zombies” have their necks cranked down at their screens and distracted by what is happening on their phones, people just can’t pay enough attention to oncoming traffic
It’s never bad to get ahead of a potential problem before it happens, but these LED sidewalk lines are being met with some resistance. The Dutch road safety group VVN, for example, said that the idea rewards bad behavior. “It’s not a good idea to help mobile phone users look at their phones,”Jose de Jong of VVN, the Dutch Traffic Safety Association, told the BBC. “We don’t want people to use phones when they’re dealing with traffic, even when walking around.
People must always look around them, to check if cars are actually stopping at the red signals.” Similar pavement lights are being tested in the German city Augsburg. It’s going to take a while before we see this implemented in other parts of the world. Nigeria might probably not need this. Growing up in a country where drivers can be so reckless, it’s a rare sight to see someone glued to his or her screen for more than a few minutes. Some things can actually be blessings in disguise.
How To Compare Phones And Check Prices Before Buying
Hello guys, I’ve been a bit slow in updating this part of the blog and it’s because I’ve been working really hard to add a How To Compare Phones And Check Prices feature.
How To Compare Phones
I just added a price and spec comparison feature to this blog. You can compare phone specs and prices then buy it if there’s a link to the store available in the option. –
I normally go to e-commerce stores and pick out the lowest prices so you get the best value for your money. Regular blog post updates would resume immediately.
Thanks for being an amazing reader.
Combo VPN MTN Settings: Browse For Free On MTN Using This New Setting
Combo VPN MTN Settings allow you to browse for free on the MTN Network. We all love free data and of course, there’s a reason why it’s not too common, that’s why I’m here.😀
To give you information on free and affordable data plans so you don’t get ripped off by our internet service providers. So without further ado let’s get down to business.
Combo VPN MTN Settings For Browsing Free
What You’ll Need
- An MTN sim without data
- Default MTN APN settings
- An Android Phone
First Download Combo VPN Here – Download Combo VPN
- Open the app, then tap on Combo Settings and configure this way.
- Turn on Stealth Tunnel
- Connection protocol – TCP
- Connection Port – 443
- Turn on the switch for Connect via parent proxy
- Edit and set parent proxy as 10.199.212.2 and 8080 as port
- Turn on the switch for Custom TCP/http header
- Edit Custom TCP/http headers
- URL/host: datareset.mtnonline.com
- Request method: CONNECT
- Injection method: Normal
- Tick keep-alive and user-agent
- Press Generate and Validate and Save.
- Save all settings and Connect
This works without data or Airtime 0.0k on your MTN line and it is capped. It is capped around 50Mb to 100Mb daily. It renews daily.
If it stops, simply open the Combo app again and change URL/host to smartapp.mtnnigeria.net:8080
If you are an mpulse user and you have mpulse data, then open the Combo app again and change the URL/host to mtn.pass.ng.