Data to Live By: Understanding the Social Media and Technology Landscape
Senior Researcher Mary Madden delivered the keynote address for the Lawlor Symposium’s summer seminar.
Tablet Ownership 2013
Tablet adoption has almost doubled over the past year. A third of American adults now own a tablet computer, including almost half of those ages 35-44 and a majority of those in higher income households.
Cell phone ownership hits 91% of adults
For the first time, Pew Internet has found that cell phone ownership among adults has exceeded 90%.
Smartphone Ownership 2013
56% of American adults now own a smartphone of some kind; Android and iPhone owners account for half of the cell phone user population. Higher income adults and those under age 35 lead the way when it comes to smartphone ownership.
Technology use by different income groups
Session focused on identifying and using appropriate technologies to conduct research on low-income populations.
Museums and Digital Communication
Kristen Purcell spoke at the Art Museum Marketing Association (AMMA) meeting at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Friday, May 17th, for an audience of marketing directors from the largest art museums in the U.S.
Tech trends and library services in the digital age
Research analyst Kathryn Zickuhr discussed key findings from the Pew Research Center’s multi-year study of public libraries, as well as larger trends in how Americans use technology.
One voice, many inflections
Susannah Fox will present the latest research on how mobile, social technologies are transforming health and health care in the U.S. and abroad.
Young Adults, Mobile Phones and Social Media: Technology and the Transition to adulthood
Amanda Lenhart spoke at the National Academies “Health, Safety & Well-Being of Young Adults” Symposium on May 7 in Washington, D.C.
The State of Digital Marketing in the Networked Age
Pew Internet Director Lee Rainie will discuss the Project’s latest research into internet trends, mobile connectivity, and use of social media and what they mean for marketers.