Three-quarters of U.S. adults who have recently faced some kind of online harassment say it happened on social media.
More than half of U.S. smartphone users say they get push notifications on their phones' screens, but only about half of those who ever get these alerts click through to the full story.
It may seem as if basic or flip phones are a thing of the past, given that 73% of teens have a smartphone. But that still leaves 15% of teens who only have a basic cellphone and 12% who have none at all, and it makes a difference in the way each group communicates.
Texting is the most common and frequent way that teens communicate with all types of friends, but they haven’t abandoned phone calling – especially among their closest friends.
A median of 78% of mobile phone owners in emerging countries used their devices for texting.
After centuries of using the postal service and in-person visits, U.S. will experiment with contacting people by email or text, pushing them to respond online.
Number of states that ban texting while driving.
Happy 40th anniversary to the mobile phone call.
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?
Photo taking, texting, and accessing the internet are the most popular activities people pursue with their mobile phones