One in five Brits can't live low-tech
One in five Brits claim not to be able to survive without digital technology, according to a new survey by Intel. Perhaps the chip giant has spent too long hanging around hospital intensive care units.
One thousand Brits and many more across six other European countries answered questions posed by Intel on how technology impacts our lives. The UK's 80 percent survival rate makes us more dependent than the average: overall, one in eight Europeans reckoned they'd die without PCs and mobile phones.
So the next time the power fails, expect to see slaughter in the streets. Perhaps it's not surprising that another 13 percent of us say we'd be happier if all the digital and computer technology was taken out of our lives.
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