Report examines the use of media tablets and smartphones for news. Respondents who had used a tablet and/or a smartphone during the week prior to taking the surveys increased by only three percentage points overall between Q1 2012 and Q1 2013. But within this grouping, the percentage of news consumers who used both mobile devices … Continue reading
Growth of large tablets may be slower in 2013 Profile of mobile media users in 2013 Profile of smartphone users in 2013 Profile of smartphone news consumers in 2013 Profile of large media tablet users in 2013 Profile of large tablet news consumers Click to enlarge charts Research by RJ Institute … Continue reading
A majority of respondents overall — mobile media users and non-users — shared a generally favorable opinion of professional journalists, when asked if they agreed or disagreed with a series of statements on a five-point scale. That’s the good news. The bad news, or shall we say the “more thought-provoking news,” is that respondents in both categories also were about equally … Continue reading
The newly-remodeled space in RJI’s Futures Lab is equipped with Windows-based laptops, tablets, hybrids and smartphones. The lab also includes Xbox 360 gaming systems with Kinect for Xbox 360-enabled motion, gaming and videoconferencing capabilities that will allow for new forms of interaction in business, communications and health care experiments. In addition to hardware, software and … Continue reading
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