There’s no question that technologies like cellphones and internet access have become ubiquitous, but they now appear to be hitting their peak in the US. Pew Research Center’s latest technology study has shown that key categories technological adoption has gone virtually unchanged since the last study in 2016, suggesting they’ve hit saturation points. Much like two years ago, about 95 percent of all Americans studied (99 percent in the ages 18-49 group) have cellphones, 89 percent have internet access, 77 percent have smartphones and 69 percent use social networks. In fact, PC adoption went down — 73 percent have a computer where 78 percent did in 2016.
Source: Pew Research Center
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