Research + News | Topic: Mobile

Teens’ Secret Cyber Slang Revealed

Some of the messages you find on your child’s cell phone might not have you LOL, a video from USAToday.com. See the video here.

Mobile Device Ownership Higher Among Parents with Children Under 18

Having children at home means many families are likely to have mobile devices. Read the report here.

Flappy Bird App Discontinued By Developer Because It Was ‘An Addictive Product’

The creator of the popular Flappy Bird app decided to remove it because it was too addictive. Read the full report here.

I’m 13 and None of My Friends Use Facebook

A thirteen year-old explains why many of his peers have flocked to other social networking sites. Read the full article here.

Want A Response From Your Teen? Text, Don’t Call

Teens find texting both faster and easier than voice calls, sending or receiving more than 3,300 texts a month. Read the full article here.

Multitasking College Students Keep Multiple Screens on Hand

Despite limited resources, college students in the US have a variety of Internet-enabled devices to keep them constantly connected. Read the full article here.

Coke Runs First All-Digital Effort, Focusing on Teens and Mobile

The beverage giant debuts multi-year initiative to reach teens through digital media. Read the full article here.

Younger Consumers Turn Up Digital Music Listening

Internet radio is popular among young consumers. Read the full article here.

It’s an App World: The Web Just Lives In It

Research taking a look at the growing world of mobile apps. Read the full story here.

Obsessed with the Now

An interview of Douglas Rushkoff and the threat of “Present Shock.” Read the full article and listen to the interview here.