Telechronics (Ademar Days of opinion): studies, data, studies, numbers…

Social networks They are damaging the mental health of young people, according to a study carried out by University College London and Imperial College in the UK.

The study involved the participation of 10 thousand, between 13 and 16 year old, and concluded that, with consultation networks like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, the risk of mental health problems increases due to its 'side effects'.

There is a link "significant" among children who consult social networks more than three times a day and those who, later, disclose suffer from psychological stress. The researchers concluded that this problem is not a direct result of 'go' to networks but is rather associated with the effects associated with this habit.

Anyway, not all people feel this question the same way. The study reveals that, for girls, frequent use networks harmed the health lead to a contact with cyber-bullying, from lack of sleep and appropriate amount of exercise.

As for the boys, these factors explain only 12% the problems, to the study not to point out that the "mechanisms" that really affect.

The Uber revealed what, for the first time, reached 100 million users per month. According to the company's financial results for the second quarter, in July were more than 100 millions of people to use all services of the company, which includes not only the rides as well as the ordering service food.

With regard to travel, This division has increased the number of users 35% compared to the same period last year, with the also have increased revenue 14%.

However, It was in the Uber Eats that registered the highest increase, that grew 140% compared to the second quarter of 2018. This service also served as a gateway to many new customers, with Uber to note that "more than 40% new users Eats had never used before the Uber platform ".

A report published by Canalys shows that Apple seems to be losing position in the European market for smartphones, with the iPhone to have lost 17% market share in the second quarter compared to the same period in 2018.

According to the report of the analytical company, Apple sold 6,4 million iPhone units within the last three months, unless 7,7 million devices last year.

The bad news does not stop there, with Apple to have lost market share to one of its main rivals Android, a Samsung. The South Korean technology company has now 40% market share in Europe, having sold 18,3 million smartphones in the last quarter when a year ago sold 15,3 million.

A new study It indicates that listening to heavy metal can be beneficial for mental health.

Nick Perham, doctorate in psychology, He said on the website The Conversation listeners of this kind can better deal with feelings of anger to hear him.

“Despite the violent content of some letters, Studies show that the fans are not aware of the violence”, exclaimed also metal music fan.

“This makes questionable the idea that exposure to this music has negative long-term effects. Studies show that long-time fans were, as a matter of fact, happier childhood and more set in middle age than those who were not fans”.

“Also it concluded that an angry listener did not feel an increase in their anger, but an increase in positive emotions”, he added Perham.

No cinema, the highlight of the week goes to the premiere of the new film by Quentin Tarantino. "Once Upon a time… Hollywood Kids (“Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood”), It is the ninth film of renowned director who returns to join a luxury cast where Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie are just some of the highlights in this present action film.

The new film Tarantino takes place in Los Angeles 1969, where everything is changing. Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio), TV star, and his double many years, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), faced with an industry that no longer recognize. The ninth film screenwriter and director, It features an extraordinary cast full of stories honoring the final moments of the Age of Hollywood golden.

Here is a small appetizer with trailer:

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