December 18, 2013 Leave a comment
A new study from Redshift Research has suggested that mobile devices and social networks might be less popular among younger generations than previously thought.
The study surveyed 2000 people between the ages of 17-31 to better understand how younger people are spending their time online.
Some of the findings were quite surprising, for example 43% of the respondents claimed not to use Twitter at all.
Furthermore 65% claimed that the majority of their internet access came through a laptop or a desktop PC opposed to a tablet or a smartphone.
You can see the research in full here, and tell us if you find these results surprising.