All groups were significantly more likely to click on articles rather than videos if they were linked to from content they found interesting.
Younger US web users, especially younger males, had a high propensity to click on related articles and videos after reading online content.
While 19% of Americans are eager to be among the first to try new technology products and services, the remaining 81% prefer to wait for those products and services to catch on.
This infographic from Pew Internet & American Life summarizes their research on the use of the Internet for politics.
This infographic from Morrison Foerster’s Socially Aware blog looks at the time Americans spend online.
Online banking is especially prevalent among those ages 18-29, those with higher levels of education, and the African-Americans and Hispanics who own cell phones.
Just over 40% of cell phone owners said they had downloaded an app to their phone in the April 2012 survey.
44% of cell phone owners said they had used their phones to record video.
Half of cell phone owners send or receive email on their device.
More than half of cell phone owners (56%) access the internet through their phone.