The Pew Internet and American Life Project released another report of interest to gadget fans.
Cell phones and American adults (available online & PDF download)
Flowtown.com turned Pew’s numberes into a series of easy to understand pie charts and bar graphs.
Some interesting items that pop out of the report and graphics?
– 18% of people 18 to 24 years old send more than 200 text messages per day
– This heavy texting (200+ per day) drops to 3% for people 25 to 29 years old
– Heavy text users do not text exclusively. In fact, they also make a lot of voice calls. 26% of heavy text messegers make 31 or more voice calls per day
What is it these people text and say in all of these messages every day?