13% of those ages 16 and older have accessed library websites via mobile devices.
85% of American adults have a cell phone, yet just 9% have signed up for health alerts via text. What is the potential for this type of intervention?
Mobile phone owners like the convenience and ease of connectivity, but rue that they can be interrupted more easily, have to pay the bills, and face bad connections.
Rural residents in the U.S. lag behind those in suburban and urban areas when it comes to technology adoption.
Photo taking, texting, and accessing the internet are the most popular activities people pursue with their mobile phones
Over time, the number of American adult cell phone owners performing specific activities on their cell phones has grown.
The market for mobile-ready health information continues to grow, even as health apps are just simmering along (in terms of consumer adoption, anyway).
Half of smartphone owners use their devices to get health information and one-fifth of smartphone owners have health apps
10% of 2012 presidential campaign donors have contributed via text message or cell phone app.
More than eight in ten Americans ages 16-29 read a book in the past year, and six in ten used their local public library. Many say they are reading more in the era of digital content, especially on their mobile phones and on computers.