Sleep with your iPhone? You're not alone.

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

While smartphone users worry about mobile hacking and other security threats that are making news these days, psychologists and others are concerned about another equally
troubling issue: the growing obsession among people who would much rather interact with their smartphones than with other human beings.

The increasing dependence comes as more Americans ditch their iPods, cameras, maps and address books in favor of the myriad capabilities of a smartphone.

While smartphones have made life easier for some, psychologists say the love of them is becoming more like an addiction, creating consequences that range from minor (teenagers who communicate in three-letter acronyms like LOL and BRB) to major (car accidents caused by people who text while driving).


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