74% of smartphone owners use their phone to get real-time location-based information, and 18% use a geosocial service to "check in" to certain locations or share their location with friends
Mary Madden and Kathryn Zickuhr presented findings on the rise of e-reading, including reading-device ownership and the general reading habits/preferences of Americans.
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While increased internet adoption and the rise of mobile connectivity have reduced many gaps in technology access over the past decade, for some groups digital disparities still remain
Kathryn will discuss Pew Internet's data about the current digital divide(s) via Skype at the University of Kansas's virtual summit, "Telling Stories of Diversity in the Digital Age."
How American teens navigate the new world of "digital citizenship"
55% of smartphone owners use their phones to get location-based directions or recommendations, while geosocial services and location-tagging features are less popular.
Women maintain their foothold on social networking site use, and older Americans are still coming aboard. Most users describe their experiences in positive terms.
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By every key measurement, college students lead the way in tech and gadget use. But community college students do not use digital tools as much as four-year college students and graduate students.