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New study reveals US teens’ appetite for YouTube and TikTok

The latest study by the Pew Research Center in the US is well worth your time today to understand some of the shifts in this behaviour.
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Report claims that Meta accounts for 90% of VR headset sales

You don't need a virtual reality headset to be playing in the metaverse: from Fortnite and Roblox to The Sandbox and Decentraland.
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Even teenagers are worried about their smartphone usage

There’s a lot of ballyhoo in the media about whether young people are spending too much time on their phones: it’s the parental fret-fest of our generation.
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Pew Research: 73% of US adults use YouTube, while 68% use Facebook

The Pew Research Center’s surveys of Americans are well-respected, so its new study of social-media habits is well worth perusing today, to see some of the trends at work. Facebook remains the top platform overall, used...
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China still outstripping India for online growth

The US-based Pew Research Center has published a new comparative study of the growth in internet access and smartphone use in China and India. It suggests that the former country continues to outpace the latter. “In...
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Only 36% of American smartphone owners use messaging apps

Count us surprised by the headline finding from the Pew Research Center’s latest US study: it claims that 36% of American smartphone owners are using messaging apps, although that rises to 49% of 18-29 year-olds. Both figures...
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US research shows 63% of mobile users going online with their phones

The Pew Research Center has published its latest stats on mobile usage in the US.
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Pew report suggests new techs are rewiring the brains of young people

Here’s something to be excited or scared about, depending on your point of view. A survey of technology experts, critics and students by the Pew Research Center in the US finds that 55% are optimistic about the likelihood...
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Pew Internet explains the gender divide in social networking privacy

Some research from the Pew Research Center finds that social networking users in general are making more effort to edit their connections and use privacy controls on Facebook, LinkedIn and Myspace