Sixty percent Americans now go online wirelessly

A May 2010 survey of over 2,200 American adults by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project finds that six in ten American adults now go online wirelessly using either a mobile phone or a laptop with a wireless internet connection.

The report also finds that consumers south of the border have significantly increased their use of cell phone data applications in the last twelve months.

Adults just as likely to text and drive as teens

One in four (27%) American adults say they have texted while driving, the same proportion as the number of driving age teens (26%) who say they have texted while driving.

The numbers come from are report entitled “Adults and cell phone distractions” released today by the Pew Internet and American Life Project.

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