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flo's avatar

Which Professor studied university students experiencing problems with their smartphones?

Asked by flo (11238points) 2 weeks ago

Meaning that they weren’t able to call their boss, parents etc. too many times. I don’t have the details, but it’s about not able to make the connection for whatever reason. The Professor is from California, maybe University of California.
Who is the professor?
How often do people in general have a problem making a phone call?

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

Duh ?

Maybe more details @flo !

Dutchess_III's avatar

Not a clue. You have more information with which to research than we do.

flo's avatar

@elbanditoroso I wish you had read the detail part. No,it’s just a simple thing of not being able to make a call. Something is flawed with their phones, I guess, but why just the students’ phones? I’m sure other people must have heard her speak, get interviewed. I thought one of them maybe a Flutherite.

snowberry's avatar

How did you first hear about this? Did someone tell you? Did you hear it on the news? Figure out where you first heard it and then maybe we can help you think through.

flo's avatar

@snowberry I’ve been trying to place where I heard it, that’s the thing.
And I’ve been wondering why would it be the word “study”, and why would it affect only university students, since it not like they make special Smartphones for students. They make the affordable kind or not so much kind, right?

Dutchess_III's avatar

The only way it could affect a particular group of people is if the cell coverage was bad in that area. In that case it would not matter what kind of phone you have, it’s just going to be bad service.

flo's avatar

And of course there are areas where only university students live. Not.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

@flo what’s the point?
And of course there are areas where only university students live. Not.

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