Wednesday, January 29, 2014
With new figures showing that 18 to 24 year olds now check their phone every nine minutes, we want to know how often you check yours?
In a world where gadgets are not limited to mobile phones - with tablets, laptops and smartphones playing an ever bigger role in the way people communicate - we want to know, does your gadget stay glued to your hand?
Do you spend the day in a social medial whirlwind, checking Facebook, Twitter and instant messaging constantly?
New research commissioned by KANA Software has shown that 5pc of young adults now check their phone every minute and the average man checks his phone every 22 minutes and 30 seconds - slightly more than women.
How important is your phone to you? Does it interrupt valuable family time or are you able to switch off?