Those polled in Q1 2014 had, on average, 2.4 web-enabled devices. Fully 14% had a tablet and a smartphone as well as a PC.
A large majority (87%) of smartphone users said they enjoyed accessing the web with their phones. This opinion was more widespread among women (91%) than among men (82%). But men were more likely to say that owning a smartphone led them to spend more time online—60%, compared with 48% of women. Among students of both genders, 83% said they went online more than they had earlier, thanks to their smartphones. Read the rest at eMarketer.