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Can 'Zombie Lights' Save Smartphone Addicts?


In Tel Aviv, concern for injuries from distracted walking associated with smartphones has become so apparent prompting the government to launch a pilot program to improve safety, using specialized LED lights embedded in crosswalks known as 'zombie traffic lights'. (Forbes Real Time) More More

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