The United States is the only developed nation that does not mandate that everyone have an automated, voice-activated, or other communication device that can be used to communicate.

However, that doesn’t mean people are not using it, particularly when it comes to business and personal matters.

According to the Federal Trade Commission, nearly 2 in 3 Americans use a personal assistant in some form to communicate, with the majority of them using the device in a business setting.

However, a recent survey by the Federal Communications Commission shows that more than 90 percent of Americans use their smartphone or tablet to talk to their parents or other family members.

And while a few people prefer to use a voice-enabled phone, a growing number of Americans are also using apps that help them communicate in ways that are less disruptive to their personal lives.

For instance, a study by research firm PwC found that 81 percent of American adults use an app for communicating with family members or friends.

Another 53 percent use an e-mail client like Signal.

And the Pew Research Center found that only about 30 percent of those surveyed use a computer to communicate at work.

And while that number is up from just 20 percent in 2016, that number has been steadily decreasing over the past five years.

So why do people use these devices in the first place?

One of the most popular reasons for the use of an automated voice-operated communication device is to communicate about work, health, or personal issues.

However that can also be a personal communication tool as well.

A study published last month in the Journal of Research in Personality found that the presence of a smartphone in the home has an impact on communication.

Specifically, people who were using smartphones for work had lower levels of positive emotions, lower social and psychological trust, and lower levels at the top of the scale of social trust.

As more of the US population uses devices that make it easy to communicate in their homes, the idea of a device that will keep people focused on their work and their work tasks is also gaining traction.

The United States has a growing population of older people and people with physical limitations.

These groups have a tendency to be more social and tend to communicate more through voice.

However there is still a need for communication devices that allow people to maintain a level of focus in their work.