Internet & Tech Mar. 31, 2010

The Impact of the Internet on Institutions in the Future

Most technology experts and stakeholders say innovative forms of online cooperation could result in more efficient and responsive organizational structures for business, non-profits and government by the year 2020.

Internet & Tech Mar. 24, 2010

Chronic Disease and the Internet

Americans living with a chronic disease are significantly less likely than healthy adults to have internet access. The majority are online, however, and they are more likely to share what they know and to learn from their peers.

Internet & Tech Feb. 19, 2010

Future of the Internet IV

Internet & Tech Feb. 19, 2010

Does Google Make Us Stupid?

Experts and stakeholders say the internet will enhance — not degrade — our intelligence. It will also change the functions of reading and writing and be built around still-unanticipated gadgetry and applications.

Internet & Tech Feb. 3, 2010

Social Media & Mobile Internet Use Among Teens and Young Adults

While the overall internet population expanded continuously over the past decade, Millennials continue to be the most likely age group to go online (93% now use the internet). However, their use of blogs, Twitter and social networking sites has changed in recent years.

Internet & Tech Jan. 5, 2010

Internet User Profiles Reloaded

A new look at internet users finds 74% of Americans online, 60% using broadband at home and 55% surfing the Web wirelessly.

Internet & Tech Dec. 15, 2009

Teens and Sexting

Among cell-owning teenagers, 15% say they have received sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude images of someone they know via text messaging.

Internet & Tech Nov. 16, 2009

Teens and Distracted Driving

A new study finds that 43% of older American teens have talked on their cell phones and a quarter have sent text messages while driving; nearly half of all teenagers have been in a car whose driver was texting.

Internet & Tech Nov. 4, 2009

Social Isolation and New Technology

A new study challenges previous research and commonplace fears about the harmful social impact of internet and cell phone use.

Internet & Tech Oct. 21, 2009

RT: More Americans Tweeting

One-in-five online Americans are now on Twitter. Those on social networking websites, mobile internet users and young adults have been most responsible for the proliferation of tweets.