Mobile devices have surpassed magazines and newspapers in grabbing our time each day, says a new study from market researcher eMarketer.
On average, U.S. consumers now spend around an hour every day with their mobile phones, a 30 percent rise from last year.
In contrast, people are spending only 44 minutes a day reading newspapers and magazines, a small drop from last year. But the results stemming back from 2008 show a sharp rise for mobile devices and a steady decline for print publications.
Despite the popularity of mobile devices, people are still spending much more time watching TV … Read more