Teenagers are using more technology at a younger age to connect with more people than ever before, according to a study of young consumers prepared by Forrester Research, the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based market research company.

The report, based on a survey of more than 5,000 US and Canadian consumers aged between 12 and 21, confirms that today’s youth are more tech-savvy and communications-orientated than ever before.

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