Fawning over phones: Should we be worried about our addiction to gadgets?


Last week, Ericsson put out a report saying that 90 percent of the world’s population over the age of 6 would have a mobile phone by 2020. That seems like an incredible number – and is perhaps by some people’s estimations, a little on the generous side. Even so, even if you take 10 percent of that figure, that’s a lot of phones. Not all of those are smartphones, of course, but a growing number are. It’s not hard to see why either – costs are falling and availability of services is increasing; each passing day a new service adds...

This story continues at The Next Web

from The Next Web http://ift.tt/1r9ciRT


0 Kommentare:

Kommentar veröffentlichen