The Dangers of Mobile Broadband - A More Addictive Internet?

Ever since computers first became commonplace in American households, people have been arguing back and forth about whether or not these tools can be addictive. This debate became especially heated when dial up Internet was first introduced for residential use and the time spent on a computer by the average U.S. resident increased dramatically. Some people are concerned that spending too much time on a computer could pose some serious health risks, ranging from the psychological side effects of feeding addictive behavior to physical conditions like damaged eyesight.