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Survey: More people would give up alcohol over mobile web access

New survey finds more people would give up alcohol over mobile Web access for one week
By: Michael Hatamoto | Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Dec 10, 2014 9:17 pm
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People love their mobile Internet access! A new survey found 58 percent of respondents would prefer to give up alcohol consumption over leaving behind mobile Web access for one week, according to the Boston Consulting Group survey. The survey also found almost 50 percent would leave behind coffee or movie viewing instead of their mobile technology - a strong indication of how important mobile has become in our daily lives.

 

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Many smartphone owners would feel lost - and potentially depressed - if they were to lose their smartphone, while using devices continues to suck up time throughout the day.

 

The shift towards mobile technology, including Internet access, videos and social media, has put consistent pressure on PCs and laptops. The industry will only continue to grow even higher, as prices of smartphones and tablets continues to drop.

NEWS SOURCES:Cnet.com, Bcgperspectives.com

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