Americans are more worried than ever about being addicted to their smartphones — and they’re starting to cut back
An annual Deloitte study found that smartphone users are starting to become more aware of their phone habits.
Almost half of survey respondents said they try to reduce how much they are on their phones.
Users below 34 are the most concerned about a possible smartphone addiction.
There’s no way around it – we are addicted to our smartphones. Smartphone addiction even has a name now; nomophobia, short for no-mobile-phone phobia.
We’ve all probably experienced the symptoms at one point: panicking when separated from our smartphone, not being able to focus at work or during conversations, and constantly checking phones for …read more
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