Study: Americans believe social networks make the news worse
But more people get news from these sites than ever before.
Most Americans believe algorithms will always be biased
A study suggests this distrust stems in part from social networks.
Cellphone and internet adoption may have peaked in the US
PC ownership, however, is on the way down.
Americans aren't ready for biotech-enhanced superhumans
No real life Avengers for us just yet.
Americans think it's rude to stay glued to your phone, do it anyway
You're no doubt astute enough to know that you should stop using your cellphone in some social...
Pew: if you use Facebook or Twitter, you probably get news there
Do you read news on Facebook instead of a dedicated site, or catch breaking stories on Twitter ins...
Pew: 7 percent of Americans only use their phone for internet access
You probably lean heavily on your smartphone for internet access these days, but for some American...
A third of Americans improved their privacy in light of spying leaks
When you found out about the scope of the US government's mass surveillance efforts, did you i...
Pew survey: 21 percent of US cellphone owners get online mostly through their phones
There have been signs that Americans are leaning more and more on the smartphone as a primary inte...