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<p class="0keywords">Mobile phones hold a rather permeating role in our lives. Their portability and ease of use have turned them to indispensable parts of our everyday activities, since they are steadily connected to the internet, providing a wide range of applications at the same time. However, there has been little research so far, on the way mobile technology habits could be related to alterations in our cognitive functioning. The review presented in this paper, introduces findings of thedoi:10.3991/ijim.v14i03.11233 fatcat:e5stl22hybgapiquop7w6b3ene