Remember when people made phone calls? Short messages typed out, called Text Messages, came along and really cut the number of calls my friends made. It was like having AOL Instant Messanger on your phone – and AOL Instant Messanger was sick!
According to a recent study released by Pew Internet – the smartphone is becoming a larger part of who we are and how we get things done.
Lee Rainie, the Director of the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, recently told Mashable.com – “Cell users now treat their gadget as a body appendage. There is striking growth in the number of people who are taking advantage of the growing number of functions that these phones can perform and there isn’t much evidence yet that the pace of change is slowing down.”