Tabari Brown, left, and Maddix Walker work on a iPad during class at Earhart Elementary School in Lafayette, Ind. Seven out of 10 children younger than 8 have used a mobile device, a figure that has doubled in two years, according to a report to be released Monday by Common Sense Media. Those children are spending triple the time on mobile devices — about 15 minutes daily — that they did in 2011, with playing games, using educational apps and watching videos among their most popular activities, said the San Francisco-based child advocacy group.

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