65 percent of consumers are spending more time with a computer than with their significant other, according to new independent research commissioned by support.com.More time with their computer than their significant other. Oh, that's just going to add fuel to the fire.
Conducted by independent research firm Kelton Research, the "Cyber Stress" study confirmed consumers' growing relationship with technology in their everyday lives. In fact, more than 8 out of 10 Americans (84%) say they are more dependent on their home computer now than they were just three years ago.
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
My wife better not see this
What's the state of Web 2.0 in America? What's the state of relationships and marriages in America. I'm afraid the news is out: