Boise, Idaho-based computer memory site Crucial.com--which is part of Micron--said that a recent survey conducted by the company finds that 64% of U.S. parents of kids under 18 spend more time with their computers than with family or close friends. Crucial said the study was conducted online by Harris Interactive for the company. The figures came out as part of an infographic released by Crucial to encourage users to buy faster/more memory for their computer to improve their family time. Crucial said the results came from an online survey of 2,025 adults run by Harris Interactive.
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Crucial: Parents Spend More Time With Computers Than Family, Friends