Gustafsson, Ewa, Peter W. Johnson, and Mats Hagberg. “Thumb postures and physical loads during mobile phone use – A comparison of young adults with and without musculoskeletal symptoms.” Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 20.1 (2010): 127-35. 12 Oct. 2010

Sanchez-Carbonell, Xavier, Marta Beranuy, Montserrat Castellana, Ander Chamarro, and Ursula Oberst. “Internet and cell phone addiction: Passing fad or disorder?.” Adicciones. 20.2 (2008): 149-59. 12 Oct. 2010

Sultan, Fareena, and Andrew J. Rohm. “How to market to generation m(obile).” MIT Sloan Management Review. Jun. 2008: 35-+. 12 Oct. 2010

Jeffrey Zaslow.  “The Greatest Generation (of Networkers). ” Wall Street Journal  4  Nov. 2009, Eastern edition: ABI/INFORM Global, ProQuest. Web.  12 Oct. 2010.

“College Students in the Digital Age. ” The Chronicle of Higher Education  11 Nov. 2005:  Research Library Core, ProQuest. Web.  12 Oct. 2010. 

I think that my most promising source so far is the section from Adicciones that explores internet and cell phone addiction.  While all the other sources are articles deal with the social consequences of cell phones on the newest generation, this article deals with the possible medical repercussions.  I think that I could find multiple pieces of evidence to support both the good and bad sides of technology use.  This piece of evidence is very useful because it is concrete fact rather than opinion.