UncategorizedSeptember 29, 2010

Online Product Research

58% of Americans have researched a product or service online; 24% have posted comments or reviews online about the things they buy.

UncategorizedSeptember 17, 2010

Technology Trends Among People of Color

Trends in technology use and adoption among African-Americans and Latinos

UncategorizedSeptember 14, 2010

The Rise of Apps Culture

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.

UncategorizedSeptember 13, 2010

The Power of Mobile

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?

UncategorizedSeptember 2, 2010

Cell phones and American adults

Adults make just as many calls, but text less often than teens. Americans say their mobile phones make them feel safer and more connected, but are irritated by cell intrusions and rudeness by other users.

UncategorizedSeptember 1, 2010

Latinos Online 2010

Technology use among foreign-born Latinos continues to lag significantly behind that of their U.S.-born counterparts.

UncategorizedAugust 30, 2010

E-patients, Cyberchondriacs, and Why We Should Stop Calling Names

The phenomenon of using the internet to gather and share health information is now mainstream. It’s time to change how we talk about it, revising and maybe even retiring certain terms.

UncategorizedAugust 27, 2010

Older Adults and Social Media

Social networking use among internet users ages 50 and older nearly doubled—from 22% in April 2009 to 42% in May 2010.

UncategorizedAugust 12, 2010

Problems associated with surveying small demographic groups

Why doesn’t Pew Internet report findings for Asians, Pacific Islanders or other groups as part of its standard demographic variables?

UncategorizedAugust 11, 2010

Home Broadband 2010

Broadband adoption slowed dramatically in 2010, but growth among African-Americans jumped well above the national average; 53% of Americans do not think affordable broadband should be a government priority.