report | Dec 14, 2008
A survey of experts shows they expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition improves, and the structure of the Internet itself improves. They disagree about whether this will lead to more soci...
report | Dec 2, 2008
Despite pro-diversity attitudes expressed in a Pew survey, American communities appear to have grown more politically and economically homogenous in recent decades.
report | Oct 19, 2008
The internet and cell phones have become central components of modern family life. Among all household types, the traditional nuclear family has the highest rate of technology usage and ownership.
report | May 14, 2008
Most Americans say they're not saving as much as they should -- but they're apparently not worried enough to do much about it.
presentation | Nov 5, 2007
This is a general discussion of the hallmarks of the new digital ecosystem and some of the changes that have occurred to people's relationship to each other and people's relationship to information and media.
report | Oct 24, 2007
Parents view the internet less favorably than in 2004, yet are still engaged with their children's media consumption. Teens are more likely than their parents to say tech devices are helpful.
report | Sep 21, 2007
Everyone has a friend or two who takes that much longer to respond to emails because they just don't ever check their accounts, who don't want to join social networks and who never pop up on IM and gmail-chat. What happens when you fall in love w...
presentation | Apr 14, 2007
This presentation covers the technology world of teenagers and college students and discusses six realities of the lives of "digital natives" that are especially important for their institutions and their teachers to know.
short read | Mar 30, 2007
That's the percentage of of dog owners who say they consider their pet to be a member of their family, according to a Pew Research Center survey. And most cat owners (78%) feel the same way.
report | Feb 7, 2007
Nearly three-in-ten adults say the most common way they take care of their regular monthly bills is by an online or electronic payment.