25% of American Adults Own Tablet Computers
A quarter of American adults now own tablet computers, a major increase from the first measurement of tablet ownership by Pew Internet in the late summer of 2010.
Changes to the way we identify internet users
In our surveys this summer, we added a question about mobile internet connectivity to help us capture internet users who may access the internet on mobile devices.
What’s the future for self-tracking?
Susannah Fox will be the opening keynote speaker at a symposium on self-tracking in health.
Smartphone Research: Infographic
Smartphone ownership reached a tipping point in 2012, where more Americans are buying them to take advantage of applications and other sophisticated web-enabled features compared to traditional cell phones. Pew Internet has been tracking trends in ce…
Smartphone Ownership Update: September 2012
66% of those ages 18-29 own smartphones; 68% of those living in households earning $75,000 also own them
Reaching Your Audience in the Digital Age: Key Research Trends to Watch
Aaron Smith will share the Pew Internet Project’s most recent data on the constantly shifting digital ecosystem in the U.S. and highlight some major trends that have emerged since the project’s inception in 1999.
Privacy and Data Management on Mobile Devices
More than half of app users have uninstalled or avoided an app due to concerns about personal information
The State of Mobile Connectivity
Lee Rainie will present the latest Project findings about how many people have mobile devices and how they use these devices
Mobile Phone Problems
Telemarketing calls and spam texts are realities for most cell phone users. Smartphone owners are particularly likely to report dropped phone calls and slow download speeds.
The State of New Media and HIV
At the 19th International AIDS Conference, Susannah Fox shared a social history of the internet – our national story and her grandmother’s story.