Most experts surveyed in the latest Pew Internet/Elon University study say social benefits of Internet use far outweigh negatives; some say it robs time, exposes private information, engenders intolerance.
New findings from the Pew Internet Project's recent survey of experts about the state of the internet in the year 2020
Technology experts and stakeholders say they expect they will â€˜live mostly in the cloudâ€™ in 2020 and not on the desktop, working mostly through cyberspace-based applications accessed through networked devices.
Technology experts and stakeholders who participated in a recent survey believe online information will continue to be organized and made accessible in smarter and more useful ways in coming years.
Lee Rainie will speak at FutureWeb 2010 about recent Pew Internet findings from a survey of 895 experts and stakeholders about the future of the Internet.
Information permeates all aspects of our lives and this changes people's behaviors and expectations.
A look at the latest survey results about how experts predict the future impact of technology.
Technology experts and stakeholders believe that innovative forms of online cooperation could result in more efficient and responsive for-profit firms, non-profit organizations, and government agencies by the year 2020.
An overwhelming majority of Americans get their news from multiple news platforms. Which media sectors do people in the U.S rely on most? How has the internet and mobile technology changed the way people consume news? A joint PEJ-Pew Internet survey examines how internet and cell phone users have transformed news into a social experience.
Director Lee Rainie will be reporting on the results of a new survey of experts predicting what the Internet will look like in 2020.