Download: Study says more kids can use smartphones than tie their shoelaces
A recent study might have some parents ready to hide their technology devices.
According to the Daily Mail, Australian security company AVG, found that children are more likely to be able to operate a smartphone than tie their shoelaces.
Parents are too busy to teach basic lifeskills, the study says.
The survey looked at 2,200 mothers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan and a few countries in Europe.