Only a few steps behind, the UK seems to have developed an insatiable appetite for mobile technology. Mobile phones are replaced on average every 18 months, and a recent report from the consultancy mobileYouth found that one in three children aged between 5 and 9 owns a mobile phone: the average age of first phone ownership is now 8. […]
Mobile phones are already being used in education, but so far the uses have been fairly modest. […] [However] the pace of change suggests that mobiles will be used extensively in colleges and schools within the next five to ten years.