Millions of people are missing out on life’s most precious moments – because they are too busy trying to capture them on their mobile phones, according to a new study.
Four in ten say they have not truly experienced significant moments – such as a child’s first steps or graduation – because technology got in the way.
Over a third confessed they spend too much on their mobile, laptop or tablet.
The survey asked both American and British respondents about their dependence on technology; Many people admit they’re becoming addicted, with Brits saying 19 hours is the longest he or she can be parted from their mobile phone before feeling “miserable”. Americans on the other hand only lasted 16!
A large proportion of respondents admitted that they choose locations to visit or events to attend because the resulting photographs will enhance their social media profile.
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