According to a new survey, we have a "winner" in the battle of the sexes when it comes to cellphone use.  But is it all "talk?"

The Nielsen Research Company (the folks who figure out which TV shows are the most watched, and also survey radio markets too)  have released a new survey showing who spends the most time on cellphones.

Ladies, you win! The survey found that a whopping 67% of Americans have smartphones,  surprisingly it's not mostly teenagers.   Nearly one in four smartphone users are between ages of 35 and 54 years of age.  All smartphone users spend 89% of their time utilizing mobile apps,  and women do it about an hour-and-a-half more each month than men.

When it comes to tablets and similar devices, that margin widens, with women using apps on their tablets at least five hours a month more than guys do.

As for actual talking, though the survey was rather mum.   Maybe they knew better than to tackle the topic of who's more gabby:  men, or women?