New research shows Londoners measure journeys based on phone battery life

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New research shows Londoners measure journeys based on phone battery life

Research released today from Cass Business School in London - shows that commuters in the capital judge their journeys not on distance, but on how much battery charge they have on their phones. The study's lead author, Dr. Thomas Robinson, said some Londoners feel anxious if their battery is less than half-full. 

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