If so, you could be addicted... to technology. I'm guessing some of this might ring bells of a few people here...
The seemingly exponential growth of portable technology has sparked fears that people are becoming addicted or swamped by gadgets and their uses.
So, what are the symptons?
Prof Kakabadse added: "It's addiction to portable technology, which you take with you practically to bed, the cinema, to the theatre, to a dinner party. The symptoms are, like with any other addiction, that people spend more time using their technology than spending it in socialising or in family time."
My favourite quote -
Nada Kakabadse, a Professor at the Northampton Business School, said: "Your judgement is impaired. Equally your decision making processes are impaired. "It's like losing your spatial judgement, so instead of walking through the door you walk into it. You're more prone to have a car accident if you drive."
Full Story over at BBC