A Q3 2012 study from Forrester found that three-quarters of smartphone internet users went online via their phone while in the car.
Total college market spending will grow to $405 billion this year, up 5% from $385 billion last year.
With 58% of college students owning an iPhone, only a minority share was left over for all Android phones, let alone BlackBerry.
College students are one of the most likely demographics in the US to own a smart phone.
Best Colleges Online created this infographic to bring to life American students that study abroad.
For all tablet owners under age 50, playing games was the most common activity. For the youngest tablet owners, ages 18 to 29, this was followed by shopping, reading books and email.
One-half (50%) of college students say a big TV is essential for the fun freshman dorm room, and 48% say price is not the most important characteristic to consider when choosing a TV for college.
Students are most interested in buying laptops, fridges, and large televisions to take with them as they begin college life.