If you’ve been paying attention at all, you know that technology has changed the way we do pretty much everything these days. Our cars and cellphones are smarter, our shopping habits have completely evolved, and even the way we live our daily lives seems to be easier, yet more complicated than ever. Have you ever felt this way?
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