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A new study found that for every hour of television watched after the age of 25, your lifespan decreases 22 minutes. On average, six hours of TV a day will cut five years off your life. But, it’s not the television that’s killing you; it’s the lack of physical activity. In other news, a recent ComScore report found that Amazon.com is used by over 20% of the entire Internet. Online shopping is now a way of life, as evidence by over 280 million monthly visitors to online mega-mart. EBay came in second, capturing over 16% of the world’s Internet users. And finally, BlackBerry’s first 4G smartphone, the Bold 9900 is making its way to T-Mobile. Unfortunately, with a $50 mail-in rebate the phone still costs $250, above the cost of most every subsidized smartphone. RIM isn’t helping consumers pick its products.