ringxiety noun the phenomenon of seeming to hear or sense a non-existent message or call on your phone
Do YOU have ‘ringxiety’? Being insecure about relationships leads people to hear ‘phantom calls’, researchers say
[www.dailymail.co.uk 05 February 2016]
If you find yourself reaching to answer your phone only to find that it had never rang [sic] you could be suffering from ‘ringxiety’,
according to academics.
[www.telegraph.co.uk 04 February 2016]
peak stuff noun the point at which consumers in developed countries cease to desire or require so many new acquisitions
If having more no longer satisfies us, perhaps we’ve reached ‘peak stuff’
[http://www.theguardian.com 31 January 2016]
Ikea senses room to grow amid ‘peak stuff’
[http://www.ft.com (article title) 18 January 2016]
postmateriality noun in the digital age, after materials such as film and tape stopped being used to record sound and images
We have a generation now that’s kind of coming to age postmateriality.
[NPR: All Things Considered (US news and information) 15 February 2016]