A black, early-model cellular phone is photographed on a white
background. This phone, a Nokia Mobira manufactured in the 1980s,
is considerably bulkier than today's sleek, modern styles. While this
could, perhaps, be stored in a large purse or bag, it would be very
difficult to carry in a pocket.
Next-generation cell phones have commandeered our attention spans with their constant demands, and according to a study released last year, most people check their phones every 12 minutes or so. ...
By Helen Lee Bouygues, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 28 Aug 2019 10:42:00 -0400.