MOBILE, Ala. - Ever feel like you're addicted to your smart phone? You may not be alone.
A new study from Experian shows we spend, on average, close to one hour each day talking, texting, tweeting, playing games and anything else your smart phone can do.
IPhone users are on their devices about twenty-six minutes more than Android users, and they spend more of that time texting and taking pictures.
No matter which phone you use or how many bells, whistles and apps it may have, the study says we spend most of our time on good, old-fashioned talking.
Well, if you live in Florida, here's something that affects how you use that smart phone. Add Florida to the growing number of states banning texting while driving.
Governor Rick Scott signed a bill this week that bans drivers from manually using their cell phones or other communications devices. That goes for text messaging, emailing and instant messaging.
The new law goes into effect in October of this year.
Apple is use to being out front in the tech industry, making the coolest and most talked about gadget on the market, but when asked about Google Glass, CEO Tim Cook admits that it isn't for everyone.
Cook says he doesn't know of people who wear glasses that don't have to. But, he says Apple has more "game changers" planned for down the road.
Speculation that an Apple TV or an Apple watch could be among the possible products.
That's your Daily Tech.
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