Gadgetiquette 101: Rules for using wireless devices in public

By Dan Tynan

Gadgets have changed how we act in public, and generally not for the better. Two-thirds of executives say tech-related rudeness at work is getting worse, according to a survey by IT staffing firm Robert Half Technology. And while various surveys say the use of cell phones and other devices is down in cars and theaters, it’s rising just about everywhere else–including in bathrooms.

Even if you already know how to use a soup spoon, you could probably brush up on your gadgetiquette–or know someone who could. Here’s some expert advice.

Read the rest of the article at pcworld.com.