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Sep 16, 2013Maeve Duggan, Aaron Smith
57% of American adults use their cell phone to go online. 21% of cell phone owners say they mostly access the internet using their phone.
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Mobile internet refers to online access that occurs wirelessly using a handheld device or laptop computer. Read a summary of Pew Internet's mobile research.
DorobekINSIDER, Federal News Radio
Sep 16, 2010
In an interview on Federal News Radio, Associate Director Kristen Purcell talked about the major findings from her recent report, "The Rise of Apps Culture." She also discussed why 11% of cell owners are not sure if their phone is equipped with apps....
Doug Gross, CNN
Sep 15, 2010
(CNN) -- About 35 percent of U.S. adults have mobile phones that run software applications, or apps, according to a new survey.
But fewer than one in four adults actually uses those apps. And more than one out of 10 said they're not even sure whet...
Sep 14, 2010Kristen Purcell, Roger Entner, Nichole Henderson
35% of U.S. adults have cell phones with apps, but only 24% of adults actually use them. Apps users are younger, more educated, and more affluent than other cell phone users.
Chris Kenneally, Beyond the Book
Sep 14, 2010
Pew Internet director Lee Rainie spoke with Christopher Kenneally, host of CCC’s Beyond the Book podcast, on the occasion of the publication of a groundbreaking survey, “The Rise of Apps Culture.”
“The rise of mobile connectivity and its meaning t...
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Suzanne Choney, msnbc.com
Thirty-five percent of adults in the United States have "apps," or software programs on their cell phones now, but only 24 percent of them are actually using them; 11 percent of cell owners "are not sure if their phone is equipped with apps," accordi...
David Sarno, Los Angeles Times
Nearly one quarter of U.S. adults are now using cellphone apps, according to a survey by the Pew Internet Project released Tuesday.
The popularity of apps has grown substantially since the advent of what Pew calls "apps culture," which can be trac...
David Lieberman, USA Today
Cell phone apps may be endlessly fascinating to those of us here in Planet Tech. But in the real world -- not so much.
About one-in-three adults has a cell phone with apps, The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project and The Nielsen...
Sep 13, 2010Susannah Fox
What will happen when the untapped knowledge of every patient, of every caregiver, of everyone who has something of value to share actually has the opportunity to share it?
More in: Health, Mobile, Digital Divide, Web 2.0, Social Networking
Susannah Fox will discuss the social life of health information and its potential for transforming health care.
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Jennifer Ludden, NPR's Talk of the Nation
Sep 8, 2010
A full transcript and downloadable audio of this segment are available here.
Grounding once meant being confined to the house or handing over the car keys. But isolating a teen to reflect on his misbehavior is harder in the age of Facebook and ce...
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of cell owners have slept with their phone next to their bed because they wanted to make sure they didn’t miss any calls, text messages, or other updates during the night.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.