The breadth of roles smartphones now play in our lives means we’re highly dependent on them, yet research from UM London shows there’s also a fear of how we are managing the accompanying information overloading.

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Michael Brown states "Seven in 10 of us are concerned that smartphones are interrupting real-life conversations; six in 10 regret how much they’re distracting us from the real world; and six in 10 are worried about them permanently damaging the English language (no doubt through txt speak and emoji use)."


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