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September 29, 2012

social media news consumption grow 100%,as TV,Print declines


The amount of time Americans spend on mobile devices and social networking sites is accelerating rapidly — and their news consumption habits are shifting accordingly.The percentage of Americans saying they saw news or news headlines on a social networking site yesterday has doubled – from 9% to 19% – since 2010. 
In a Pew Research Center survey of 3,003 U.S. adults, 17% said they accessed news on cell phone or tablet device the day before. Even more — 20% — said they regularly get news from social networks like Facebook or Google+, nearly the triple the number that did a year ago.
 Just 13% said they have used Twitter or read Twitter messages, 11% said they have seen news on Twitter and three percent said they received news through Twitter the day before. By comparison, 53% said they use other social networking sites, a group that includes Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn, and 19% said they received news from one of those sites yesterday. It’s likely the vast majority were referring to Facebook.
Overall, 39% of participants said they accessed news online the day before, up 10 percentage points from 2008.

September 18, 2012

Battery Life Comparison :WiFi Browsing vs Smartphone Browsing






25 percent of Americans say they're now doing most of their Internet browsing on their phones instead of a computer, according to a new report from the Pew Internet Project.
A striking 87 percent of smartphone owners check the Internet or email on their phones, including 68 percent who do so generally every day, and 25 percent say they "mostly go online using their phone, rather than with a computer."
"While many of these individuals have other sources of online access at home, roughly one third of these 'cell mostly' Internet users lack a high-speed home broadband connection," said Pew in its report, "Smartphone adoption and usage."


November 25, 2011

November 24, 2011

The Social American Life : What Has Changed in 2011

Why Americans Use Social Media

April 3, 2011

Social Networking Sites and Political Activsm

Chart: Pew Internet_Elections 2010_Use_Twitter_Final

Source: The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, November 3-24, 2010 Post-Election Tracking Survey. N=2,257 national adults ages 18 and older, including 775 cell phone interviews; n=925 based on social networking site users, n=126 based on Twitter users. Interviews were conducted in English and Spanish. This chart is based on data from “22% of online Americans used social networking or Twitter for politics in 2010 campaign,” a report on politics and social media by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project. This report is available in full on our website at http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Politics-and-social-media.aspx. The Pew Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center, a nonpartisan, nonprofit "fact tank" that provides information on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. The Project produces reports exploring the impact of the internet on families, communities, work and home, daily life, education, health care, and civic and political life. For more information about the Project, please visit http://pewinternet.org/About-Us.aspx.
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The report on the use of social media for political engagement by the Pew Internet & American Life Project evaluated the political interaction-activities Twitter and social networking site users performed during the 2010 elections:
  • 9% of Twitter users, as opposed to 13% of social network users, used Twitter to post political content.
  • 16% of Twitter users used Twitter to acquire candidate or campaign information. 14% of social networking site users, on the other hand, used them for this same function.
  • 11% of social networking site users and Twitter users used their respective social web-utilities to follow or friend a candidate.

March 30, 2011

Photos and Video Mobile Users Across Age Groups

Teen cell phone owners in the 14-17 age group are slightly more likely to take photos than those ages 12-13 (85% vs. 77%). This older category of teens is also somewhat more likely to send/receive photos than the younger group of teens (67% vs. 56%). However, there is an interesting counter-trend, with more 12-13 year-olds sending/receiving video than those 14 and older (41% vs. 27%). Read more in Teens and Mobile Phones (2010).



The Evolution and Impact of Information 2.0

March 29, 2011

US Wireless Internet Usage Insights :




In  2010, six in ten American adults (59%) are wireless internet users. Due to the quickly evolvingnature of mobile technologies, our definition of a wireless internet user has changed several times since we began studying this topic; throughout this report, a wireless internet user is defined as someone whodoes one or more of the following:

• Go online from a laptop using a wi-fi or mobile broadband internet connection.
86% of laptop owners go online in this way, which represents 47% of all American adults.
• Use the internet, email or instant messaging from a cell phone. 
Half (49%) of cell phone owners do at least one of these on their mobile device, which works out to 40% of all adults.
The 59% of American adults who do at least one of these activities represents an eight-point increase over the 51% of American adults who did so in our April 2009