Mobile Phones Are More Important Than Sex

February 15th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter,
by Mathias Brandt

We all know that digital devices such as smartphones have changed our behaviour fundamentally.

Follow up:

A recent study suggests that our affliction with mobile phones may even endanger the continuity of our species.

The data published by Harris Interactive suggests that U.S. adults are more willing to live without sex than to get rid of their beloved mobile phones. Let's hope that this is not actually the case, otherwise we might one day run out of people we can text, call or share cute cat pictures with.

Infographic: Mobile Phones Are More Important Than Sex | Statista
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