(Apologies of this question has been asked before; a cursory check didn't reveal a similar thread.) Ever since I first gained internet access in the late nineties, I realized whenever someone released a device which allowed that same access but through a handheld mobile product, I would be attached to that device day and night. Ten years later, and enter the smartphone (and my current iPhone 3G), and this is exactly what has happened. Probably 70% of my online time is conducted through my phone. But with the smartphone's media capabilities, probably 80% of my media consumption is also through my phone. And now that my phone has been jailbroken and has tethering capabilities, an additional 15-20% of my online time is also mediated by my phone. Basically, my smartphone has revolutionized the way I gather information; I am never more than two minutes from an answer to a question, if that answer exists. So I'm wondering, how have smartphones changed your life?