More Americans Get ‘Just In Time’ Information From Their Smartphones [Headlines]

More Americans Get ‘Just In Time’ Information From Their Smartphones [Headlines]

Internet connectivity changes social dynamics, allowing users to access information immediately on cell devices instead of relying on others.

Allie Walker
  • 9 may 2012

70% of all American cell-phone owners use their phones for ‘just in time’ activities, like coordinating a meetup with friends, deciding which restaurant to go to, or checking sports scores. Pew

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