US Smartphone penetration reached 77% of the US mobile subscriber market (13+) during Q1 2015.
Fully 55% of US consumers ages 12 and older who had ever listened to a podcast said they used a smartphone, tablet or portable audio player most frequently to do so.
Some 21% of online US adults aged 18-34 accessed the internet using only mobile devices in December 2014, up from 18% doing so last year.
Mobile banking ranked as the third most-used bank feature among respondents, at 45%.
Baby Boomers are sticking with laptops and PCs over smartphones and tablets.
68% of US baby boomer and senior internet users owned a PC and 65% had a laptop.
35% of US internet users own at least one smart device other than a smartphone.
About half of US video gamers who owned an internet-connected console like PlayStation or Xbox had paid for a game via digital download in the past year.
Email (61%) beats the internet (54%) and landline phones (35%) as the most important technology for working internet users.
Phablet devices activated worldwide during the week of Christmas accounted for 13% of total activations—up 225% year over year.