Technology used to be a tool for work and the bed a place to sleep, but with the proliferation of laptops, smartphones, tablets and more, those barriers are breaking down. What technology do you bring into the bedroom? There was once a point in my life where half of my bed was lined with various kinds of technology that I'd used in the last month, simply because my laptop followed me everywhere. Fortunately times have since changed, but my bedroom wouldn't be the same without my smartphone/alarm clock and XBMC nettop. It's probably best to just use the bedroom for its standard purposes, but like many things, technology is changing the ways we live our lives. What technology commonly finds its way into your bedroom, and are you glad it did or wish you could curb your addiction?
What Technology Do You Take To Bed?
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