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A survey shows two in five users have ended contact after a virtual altercation.
An increasing number of options are available for those seeking to detox from technology.
Move aside Facebook and Skype. Asian social networks, already hugely popular on their continent, have set their sights on Europe where they could prove stiff competition for their US rivals.
Fast enough to catch micro expressions — the tiny facial tells that help mentalists, psychics and other stage performers profess to be able to read minds — the app isn't just good at being able to tell the difference between a smile and a frown.
Can you "catch a mood" from spending time on social media? Researchers from the University of California, San Diego believe so.