A growing number of people are becoming addicted to their mobile phones, BlackBerrys, and other digital devices, researchers are warning.
That's why they call it the CrackBerry. A new study warns of the dangers of technology addiction and how it can ruin lives. Symptoms such as getting up several times at night to check messages, withdrawal from families, and feeling lost when tech devices are absent can lead to problems at work and with relationships. The head of the study, professor Nada Kakabadse of Northampton University, doesn't advocate warning labels on devices, but she does advise employers to hold training sessions.
Read the full BBC News story: "Warning given over techno addicts"