STUDY: Cell Phone Usage Patterns


Posted: August 25th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: mobile, Research, Rhetoric, video, Writing | No Comments »


So, Nielsen apparently tracks things other than your television and radio preferences.¬† For those of you in my readership interested in mobile technology (increasingly, a truly robust multimodal¬† environment combining aural, alphabetic, visual, and even haptic modes of communication), take a look at this latest report, which tracks usage patterns across various demographic slices (age, race, gender, region, etc.).¬† Here’s the texting breakdown by age:

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