Even though teenagers are sharing more information than before, a Pew study finds that "few teens embrace a fully public approach to social media." The study also looks at which social networks teens use the most.
analysis The latest Pew Internet survey provides important insights on who's still not using the Internet...and why.
A Pew Research study also found that 29 percent of Internet users believe their personal information is at risk, while 6 percent of users believe their information was swiped.
New study from Pew Internet finds 90 percent of homes in the U.S. own at least one technology device, with the mobile phone the most popular gadget of all.
While its no surprise that most Americans use the Internet, Pew Research says 68 percent of them now hop online through phones and tablets.
In a Pew poll, fewer than 1 in 10 respondents say they use Twitter, with one-quarter of those checking tweets several times a day.
A new Pew survey shows that 37 percent of all teenagers own a smartphone, and for many of them it's their main way to access the Internet.
About 35 percent of U.S. cell phone users surveyed by Pew have mobile apps on devices, but only 24 percent use them and 11 percent don't know if they have them.
Concerns over personal information revealed online are up significantly from 30 percent in 2009, according to a new Pew Internet study.
A third of 16 and 17 year olds in Pew study admit to driving while texting. Many other teens surveyed say as passengers, drivers have put them in danger using a phone.