Parent and Teen Internet Use
Parents view the internet less favorably than in 2004, yet are still engaged with their children’s media consumption. Teens are more likely than their parents to say tech devices are helpful.
How the Other Half Goes Online
How 19th century institutions are adapting to their cities’ 21st century needs.
Poor and Elderly E-patients
This just in: “The Internet appears to be a double-edged sword, assisting in the search for health care information for the poor and elderly while magnifying existing gaps based on other factors.”
Home Broadband Adoption 2007
47% of adults have high-speed internet connections at home as of early March 2007, up five percentage points from a year earlier.
Don’t Blame Me: It’s the Phone’s Fault!
Pew Internet’s typology of information and communications technology users tells us a lot about how far along we are — or aren’t — in the "information society."
A Typology of Information and Communication Technology Users
Half of all American adults are only occasional users of modern information gadgetry, while 8% are avid participants in all that digital life has to offer
36% of online American adults consult Wikipedia
Hispanics with lower levels of education and English proficiency remain largely disconnected from the internet.
Wireless Internet Access
Some 34% of internet users have logged onto the internet using a wireless connection either around the house, at their workplace, or some place else.