BBC News writes:
The seemingly exponential growth of portable technology has sparked fears that people are becoming addicted or swamped by gadgets and their uses.
One major consequence of this phenomenon is that the line between work and private life is much more blurred, now that e-mail and phones provide a 24-hour link between employers and staff.
Experts believe that even the decision-making process of the average person can be adversely affected.
However, others think that the bombardment of various communications can enhance the brain’s ability to process information.