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What might look like playful works of art or glorified egg-beating are in fact games and apps that, with a tap of the button, help users beat procrastination, reduce stress or take time for a pause in their day. Here's an overview of three such apps.
Want to manage your stress? A "neurofeedback" headband could help.
According to a study commissioned by Ford, drivers can spend the equivalent of more than a whole day each year searching for a parking space. However, the stress of searching for that elusive empty space in busy car parks could soon be a thing of the past.
Many California tech companies are encouraging employees to bring their dogs to the office, saying their presence can boost productivity, relieve stress and improve the work environment.
Parents searching for elusive work-life balance may see smartphones and tablets as a way to escape the office in time to be home for dinner each night, but these gadgets can also be a huge distraction and source of stress, a recent study suggests.
As the spread of coronavirus grows so too has people's stress levels and anxieties, prompting businesses for good around the world to turn to technology to help the most vulnerable cope with mental health issues.
A co-ordinated global cyberattack, spread through malicious email, could cause economic damages anywhere between US$85bil (RM349bil) and US$193bil (RM793bil), a hypothetical scenario developed as a stress test for risk management showed.
Garmin wants to bring current driver distraction features to the masses, while Harman is already looking quite literally to the future and at better ways of monitoring driver stress and alertness.