20 Images Showing How Smartphones Have Taken Over Our Lives

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You won’t find many people who are ready to admit just how much they depend on their smartphone, computer or tablet. But this is completely natural for the high-tech world we live in, you’ll say. Nevertheless, once in a while it’s worth facing up to the reality of what impact this dependency has on our lives.

The following images will help you do just that. Take a look.

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