The cell phone has almost become an extension of the human body as of late. Whether it's texting, tweeting, Facebooking, web-surfing, picture-taking, it has become more and more evident that Americans use their phone to do just about anything and everything. Ubiquitous would be a word that comes to mind but that doesn't quite capture the situation completely. Remember a day not long ago when bringing a cellphone into a restaurant was considered rude? Now, if you took a poll at literally any public establishment, all hands would go up if folks were asked "who has a cellphone on them?" As 2010 is coming to a close, the folks at Online MBA
have calculated and visualized the drastically accumulating numbers, that only continue to grow.