I pods, I phones, X boxes, STFU.
One of those doesn't fit by the way.
A third of U.S. teenagers with cellphones send more than 100 texts a day as texting has exploded to become the most popular means of communication for young people, according to new research.
The Montreal Gazette story says that the study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that texting has risen dramatically even since 2008, eclipsing cell phone calls, instant messaging, social networks. It has even beat out talking face-to-face.