Smartphone and tablet users just can't get enough of their mobile devices. Some do nearly everything with phone in hand.
U.S. consumers spend, on average, three hours and 40 minutes each day on their mobile devices, an increase of 35% from a year ago in the second quarter of 2014. And that time spent on mobile devices continues to increase, said Simon Khalaf, senior vice president of publishing products at Yahoo.
Globally there are 280 million "mobile addicts," who use apps more than 60 times daily. Effectively, "these folks are conducting their lives on mobile," Khalaf said.
People are conducting their entire life on a mobile device? If that continues, I predict that human interaction will eventually cease to exist, leading to the extinction of the concepts of "right and wrong" and causing bad anti-human things to become commonplace and acceptable in society. If you don't believe me just read the classic science fiction of the 1940's and 1950's. Then, get off your phone - and get a real life!