Boston Globe: As the number of people carrying smart phones climbs, those with antiquated mobiles are feeling a creeping sense of embarrassment over their late conversion to new technology.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association, the number of iPhones, BlackBerries, and other smart phones has nearly tripled in the past year.
"You can tell a lot about a person by the kind of phone they carry," says image consultant Doris Klietmann. "If you have someone with a BlackBerry, you can usually assume they're educated and they either earn a good salary or they have an important job that requires them to be in constant communication."
That's my phone on the right. Except it can't take photos. Time to upgrade you think?