A new report finds the use of cell phones in public places is a big pet peeve for many people, but the report also found that people won't be hanging up anytime soon.
Whether it's a restaurant, at the movies, or even in the bathroom, a recent survey finds that public displays of technology are on the rise leaving many people to question -- where do you draw the line?
"I think we're still trying to figure it out. There is a reason for the mute your phone or send calls to voicemail," said Sam Grobart, personal technology editor of the New York Times.
The survey found that 91 percent of adults said they see cell phone use in public places.
The oddest response to the survey reported a honeymooning couple using their phones.
Karen Baden says her husband is on his phone, almost all of the time.
"He needs the telephone every minute. It's all he does. I would be very happy to have a nice lunch without a telephone," she said.