Today’s Tech Sightings:
Fifty percent of U.S. teens aged 12-18 feel they are addicted to their smartphones, according to a new poll conducted for Common Sense media, a non-profit organization that helps negotiate media and technology. Up to 59 percent of parents said their teens were addicted and 66 percent of parents feel their teens spend too much time on their mobile devices.
What is the gadget that you think you can never live without? Well, Time‘s list has a few surprises in addition to the ones you expect to see. Some of these gadgets have changed our lives in irreversible ways – or so we’d like to think.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he still sees a lot of potential in China for his company’s products despite declining revenues. He told CNBC he is optimistic about the future in China, given that the country’s middle class is expected to grow to nearly 500 million in the next five years.
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