Pew Study: Wireless connectivity draws many users more deeply into digital life

According to a new study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project: "Some 39% of Americans have positive and improving attitudes about their mobile communication devices, which in turn draws them further into engagement with digital resources - on both wireless and wireline platforms." At the same time, however "most Americans still connect to the internet mainly on wireline and rarely use a mobile device to access digital resources." Read the Pew press release. See the full study.

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