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For the first time in history, American adults are spending more time looking at mobile devices than watching TV, according to a new study from digital marketing firm eMarketer.

The firm’s analysis of over 2,000 metrics from 130 sources found that in 2019, U.S. adults will spend an average of three hours and 43 minutes per day (excluding voice time) on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. That’s more than the three hours and 35 minutes per day they will spend watching TV this year.

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