Smartphones

Report

25 Sep 2019
80

This report focuses on the Australian context against the global backdrop of growing concerns over geoprivacy and the rapid and continuing growth of location intelligence and location marketing industries fed by locative apps and services.

Report

7 Mar 2019
51

After more than a decade of studying the spread and impact of digital life in the United States, Pew Research Center has intensified its exploration of the impact of online connectivity among populations in emerging economies – where the prospect of swift cultural change propelled...

Report

5 Feb 2019
26

In emerging economies, technology use is still much more common among young people and the well-educated.

Journal article

13 Nov 2018
25

Objective

Smartphone health applications (apps) are being increasingly used to assist patients in chronic disease self-management. The effects of such apps on patient outcomes are uncertain, as are design features that maximise usability and efficacy, and the best methods for evaluating app quality...

Report

But digital divides persist
9 Oct 2018
31

According to this new Pew Research Center analysis, most sub-Saharan Africans feel positively about the role the internet plays in their country. Large majorities say the increasing use of the internet has had a good influence on education in their country, and half or more...

Report

2 Oct 2018
161

This survey report found that consumers want support in finding accurate, effective smartphone apps for health and wellness, and they should be subject to an authoritative regulatory system that rates them for efficacy.

Report

12 Sep 2018
23

Smartphone technology essentially allows us to carry a computer in our pocket, but what happens to all the data that is collected? The consumer implications raised in this report include security versus convenience; legal issues related to privacy and consent; examples of current uses of...

Report

31 May 2018
273

Until recently, Facebook had dominated the social media landscape among America’s youth – but it is no longer the most popular online platform among teens, according to this Pew Research Center survey.

Report

18 Dec 2017
194

The technology, media and entertainment, and telecommunications ecosystem remains as fascinating as ever in 2018. Will augmented reality become mainstream? How will machine learning affect the enterprise? What's the future of the smartphone? This predictions report provides insight into transformation and growth opportunities over the...

Report

15 Aug 2017
203

This trial of smart home control in 46 households shows limits to use for managing home energy bills and electricity demand.

Presentation

21 Feb 2017
12

Who is the ‘mobile only’ audience? Most of the UK adult online population is not in a rush to abandon the desktop. However, in December 2016, UKOM approved comScore data showcased that 10% of online adults accessed the Internet via mobile only.

Key areas...

Fact sheet

12 Jan 2017
17

The internet represents a fundamental shift in how Americans connect with one another, gather information and conduct their day-to-day lives. For more than fifteen years, Pew Research Center has documented its growth and distribution in the United States. Explore the patterns of internet and home...

Report

16 Dec 2016
25

This is the eleventh year that Ofcom has published the International Communications Market Report. The report benchmarks the UK communications sector against seventeem comparator countries.

UK communications sector revenues were the second highest in Europe, with people in the UK among the heaviest users...

Report

16 Dec 2016
4

This is the eleventh year that Ofcom has published the International Communications Market Report. The report benchmarks the UK communications sector against 17 comparator countries.

UK communications sector revenues were the second highest in Europe, with people in the UK among the heaviest users...

Report

1 Dec 2016
16

As we move from a world of information scarcity to one of abundance, a key question is how publishers and brands can attract attention and build habit. This is a pressing issue on the smartphone, where consumers spend the majority of time with a handful...

Other text

10 Aug 2016
187

In early 2013 the Community Legal Education Program (CLE) at Victoria Legal Aid (VLA) planned a project to develop an interactive mobile phone application, offering targeted, relevant and free legal information to young people on legal issues that affected them.

It came at a...

Conference paper

10 Dec 2015
172

How do we build urban resilience through key areas of critical infrastructure such as mobile communications? Mobile digital communication networks, encompassing commercial mobile and public wi-fi platforms, are ubiquitous in Australian cities, and digital inclusion has emerged as a major theme in metropolitan-level strategic planning...

Report

10 Nov 2015
42

Today, 68% of Americans own a smartphone of some kind and an increasing number of digital interactions occur within the context of mobile apps. Apps (short for “applications”) are programs that users can download to their smartphone or tablet computer. They can serve a nearly...

Report

6 Aug 2015
79

Smartphones have overtaken laptops as the most popular device for getting online, Ofcom research has revealed, with record ownership and use transforming the way we communicate.

Two thirds of people now own a smartphone, using it for nearly two hours every day to browse...

Report

6 Jul 2015
86

Abstract

Twenty years ago, law enforcement organizations lobbied to require data and communication services to engineer their products to guarantee law enforcement access to all data. After lengthy debate and vigorous predictions of enforcement channels “going dark,” these attempts to regulate the emerging...

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