Phablet users behave a lot like consumers on smaller devices, with gaming, social and entertainment as the leading app categories.
Online consumers 68 and older significantly less likely than younger people to have made such purchases in multiple product categories.
Map usage has exploded in the smartphone era, with double-digit gains in users and usage now accounting for billions of minutes of mobile device time each month.
College students (aged 18-34) own an average of 6.8 devices each, steady from last year.
Out of the 76% of respondents who had read a book in the past year, nearly seven in 10 had read a physical book, while just 28% had read an ebook.
US internet users were far more likely to only read printed books than ebooks or a mix of the two.
Of the 20 million mobile gamers in the UK, almost half were female.
The Council for Research Excellence/Keller Fay Group found that millennials were the age group most likely to engage with social media while watching TV.
US Hispanic adults watched more than 27 hours of television in the seven days prior to being surveyed in summer 2013, making TV their most popular media type.
America’s Mass Affluent represent 12% of US households but enjoy an outsized 26% of the nation’s total wealth.