Ride-hailing use in the US has more than doubled in three years
But a Pew Research Center study found regular usage is still rather low.
More people get their news from social media than newspapers
A Pew study found social media was a more popular news platform among US adults.
Survey says teens find some benefit from social media
They report feeling more supported and connected to friends.
Most Americans believe algorithms will always be biased
A study suggests this distrust stems in part from social networks.
YouTube users are running into fake and dangerous videos, study finds
Pew Research found 60 percent of people run into "troubling" videos.
Cellphone and internet adoption may have peaked in the US
PC ownership, however, is on the way down.
Facebook users are changing their social habits amid privacy concerns
A survey says half of US users adjusted their privacy settings in the last year.
Even teens are worried about how much they use their smartphones
A report comes on the heels of tech companies' efforts to manage screen time.
Teens are using Facebook less and less
A study found they prefer YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat.