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FEATURE31 May 2018

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From TVs that look like wall art to voice assistants, technology is growing less visible, yet is still all around us. Katie McQuater explores the future of tech that disappears.

We are living in an age of distraction, with evidence mounting that our constant connection to technology is reframing our behaviours and could be detrimental to our mental health and relationships.

A 2014 experiment by the University of Virginia ...