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NEW YORK, Jan.
As part of an ongoing series commemorating the Web’s 25th anniversary, Pew recruited just over 1,000 adults and asked each 17 questions covering a range of tech-related issues, including major advanced, important industry figures, and the Internet’s infrastructure.
Social Media Integration, Low-Cost Cloud Services and Emergency Notifications Advance Employee and Citizen Engagement; Ideal for Government Agencies GERMANTOWN, Md., July 14, 2014
It has become the new buzz phrase: "The Internet of Things" -- and chances are you'll likely hear it a lot more, or it could become such a part of everyday life that it will just be the new normal.
Nearly One-in-Four Latinos Are Former Catholics WASHINGTON, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Although most Hispanics in the United States continue to belong to the Roman Catholic
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Internet. To mark the occasion, Pew Research Center's Internet Project and Elon University's Imagining the Internet Center worked together to discuss what connected lives will look like in the year 2025.
Forty-five percent of US adults report having one or more chronic health condition, according to a new national survey by the Pew Research Center.
In a nearly three-year-long study of Twitter users, a newly published report finds that those who look to the microblogging platform for daily news are becoming younger, more educated, and increasingly rely on their mobile devices to bring them the content they crave.
Survey.com, a national survey and marketing company, was contracted to conduct a national poll that is 3 times larger than the latest Pew polling report.
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