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Internet helps, not hinders, social networks

New communications technologies, such as the Internet and mobile phones, have not made people less social, according to a study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. While the number of people the average person interacts with has declined, the internet isn’t necessarily the cause, and the theory that social isolation has tripled [...] Related posts:Google gets social with new
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Pew Study Finds One In Five U.S. Internet Users Has Ditched Facebook, While 27% Of Current Users Plan To Reduce Time In 2013

Technology : TechCrunch (2 years ago)

Facebook is far and away the dominant social networking service in the U.S. -- used by two-thirds of online Americans, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project. But in a new research report Pew shines a light on a sense... Read Post

Mobile Access 2010 | Pew Internet & American Life Project

Technology : Message (4 years ago)

Mobile Access 2010 | Pew Internet & American Life Project: Young adults are heavily invested in the mobile web, although 30-49 year olds are gaining ground. Nine in ten 18-29 year olds own a cell phone, and these young cell owners a... Read Post

Pew Study Reports That Internet Users Are Becoming More Status Update-Friendly

Technology : TechCrunch (5 years ago)

A new Pew Internet And American Life Project study is being released today which reports that internet users on a whole are becoming more likely to update their statuses online (on social media networks). The reports says that 19% o... Read Post


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