"CRACKBERRY'D: THE TRUTH ABOUT INFORMATION OVERLOAD" WILL PREMIERE ON JANUARY 4TH ON CNBC
(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)
"Crackberry'd: The Truth About Information Overload" will premiere on Tuesday, January 4th at 10pm on CNBC. The documentary will repeat on the following dates:
Friday, January 7th at 1am
Saturday, January 8th at 11pm
"Crackberry'd: The Truth About Information Overload":
"Crackberry’d" explores how modern technology is rapidly changing the way we live, sometimes for the better and more often than we’d like to admit… for the worse.
Devices like personal computers and smartphones have become an integral part of our lives. They keep us informed and connected, but one study says extended use increases blood pressure and stress, and can lead to depression. "Crackberry'd" explores how the rise of these devices may be harming our relationships, our minds and our safety. We take you behind the wheel of a dangerous situation - using smartphones while driving - and its tragic results.
Do you need an internet intervention? Learn the signs of addiction and the simple solutions for managing computer and cell phone use.
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