Sixty-two per cent of all Americans are part of a wireless, mobile population that participates in digital activities away from home or work
The Pew Internet Project’s December 2007 survey interviewed a sample of 2,054 adult Americans, which included 500 respondents contacted on their cell phones.
When asked how hard it would be to give up a specific technology, respondents are now most likely to say the cell phone would be most difficult to do without, followed by the Internet, TV, and landline telephone. This represents a sharp reversal in how people viewed these technologies in 2002.
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