“technology” Charts

#Lies: The Most Prolific Lie Ever Told... »

"I have read and agreed to the terms and conditions." You know you've done it. You've clicked that little box…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 388
Score: 8

Top 5 Big Spenders Vastly Anti Net Neutrality »

With a proposal by the FCC that could potentially jeopardize Internet neutrality, lobbying expenditures are being evaluated and a troubling…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 333
Score: 8

Say Ciao To Phone Calls »

When you ask people what they do with their cell phone, most will not answer with make phone calls. On…

Jocelyn Rossell
by: Jocelyn Rossell
views: 188
Score: 5

Alzheimer’s disease may triple by 2050 »

As the number of older Americans grows rapidly (due to advances in medicine and technology, as well as the baby…

Amparo C.
by: Amparo C.
views: 95
Score: 3

Science fiction technologies may actually become available! »

Technology is advancing at an ever-accelerating rate, and for many Americans, the possibilities of future technology are ambitious to say…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 188
Score: 2

Who Really Benefits from Technological Revolution? »

We often put much stock into the power of technology to make our lives easier, to the point of admiration…

In These Times
by: In These Times
views: 217
Score: 2

Productivity Aided by Technological Advances »

Between 1973 and 2014, technological advances have made workers more productive and sharply increased their pay. However, it has had…

The Heritage Foundation
by: The Heritage Foundation
views: 265
Score: 1

Big Brother Shouldn't Be Watching: World Views on US Spying »

The international community is opposed to the United States surveillance campaign, except when it comes to suspected terrorists. #SnowdenForPresident.

Madinah Noorai
by: Madinah Noorai
views: 59
Score: 1

How Are Cell Phones/Internet Affecting Married Couples? »

"Those who were already together as a couple at the advent of a new platform or technology were a bit…

Melissa McNeill
by: Melissa McNeill
views: 99
Score: 1

No More Science "Guy" — How to Bring More Women into STEM »

Currently, 25% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) jobs are held by women—and those women generally make less money…

YES! Magazine
by: YES! Magazine
views: 380
Score: 1

The One Financial Tech Company To Rule Them All »

When it comes to dominating the financial tech marketplace, one company eviscerates all other competition. Paypal absolutely crushes all other…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 112

Ethnic Differences in Smartphone Usage »

Blacks and Latinos are much more likely to use their phones for health information, educational content, and submitting a job…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 58

Post-Snowden, Americans Change the Way They Use Tech »

Almost two years after National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden disclosed extensive government surveillance programs, Americans are still weary of…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 61

Do Scientists Really Do Their Best Work in a Lab? »

Scientists throughout the ages have helped human society progress by building up our understanding of the natural world through observations,…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 37

Office-Based Workers Feeling Impact of Digital Tools »

Adults employed in traditionally Office-Based occupations feel all of these impacts more than those who work in occupations that are…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 116

Digital Tools More important For Office Workers »

Email and the Internet far more important to office-workers. Those in office-based occupations are three times as likely as those…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 69

Working Americans Rely on Email and Internet »

A survey covering online working adults found that Email and the Internet top the list of important tools for work.…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 120

#CyberBullying on the Go »

Middle schoolers (aged 12-15) reported more cyberbullying for themselves and others, versus younger children. Girls reported more bullying than boys.…

Kathleen Reynolds
by: Kathleen Reynolds
views: 57

PS4 Off to Early Lead on Xbox One »

Nine months after their initial launch, Sony's PS4 has surpassed 10 million units. Microsoft's Xbox One is staggering along at…

John Litchfield
by: John Litchfield
views: 64

Are Smart Phones Disrupting Daily Routines? »

Not only is Gen Y bringing their smart phones to meals, but 9 out of 10 respondents will check their…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 485

The Strength of American Agriculture »

The United States has long been known as the world's breadbasket, and recent advances in agriculture has only helped make…

Cato Institute
by: Cato Institute
views: 79

How Much Do Millennials Love Technology »

Millennials check their smartphones 43 times per day. According to a 2012 Cisco study, 40% of surveyed millennials said that…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 118

Our Horrifying Screen Time Obsession »

It's time to face the truth, we are obsessed with our technology. Every single day, Americans spend on average 444…

Christian Stellakis
by: Christian Stellakis
views: 91

Phone-Heads, the First Step is Admitting You Have a Problem »

Arbitron/Edison Research found that a whopping 91% of smartphone owners have their device within arm's reach either always or most…

Kathleen Reynolds
by: Kathleen Reynolds
views: 53

Countries on the Cusp of Technological Innovation »

Technological and scientific advancement is an expensive venture. In order to stay ahead of the curve, many countries invest a…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 62

Millennial Ideal Careers: Not Just Tech and Internet »

A study done by Universum asked Millennials with 1-8 years of experience in the workplace to rank ideal employers from…

Kathleen Reynolds
by: Kathleen Reynolds
views: 38

What's the Top Place to Start a Startup? »

I knew silicon valley was an enclave for the tech industry, but I didn't realize quite how much the Bay…

Natalie Lubsen
by: Natalie Lubsen
views: 274

Our Cell Phone Obsession »

Our society is infatuated with mobile devices. Cell phones, in particular, are so engrained in our culture that they have…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 59

Are You Being Penalized By Your ISP for Using the Internet? »

Possibly. Broadband company caps range from none at all to penalties for exceeding a mere 50GB of date/month. Since 2011…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 50

Windows top operating system, but mobile and Mac are rising »

With the advancement of technology and the high demand for innovation the number of operating systems available in the market…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 17

Online Video Viewing: YouTube Reigns Supreme »

Despite the rise of paid video-streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, YouTube remains the dominant source for online viewing. According…

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 77

Rethinking the U.S. Employment Landscape »

Manufacturing has been the back bone of the American labor force since Industrialization. But with technological advancement and outsourcing, the…

Lauren L.
by: Lauren L.
views: 56

US More Open To Driverless Cars Than Lab-Grown Meat »

According to a public opinion poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, if possible Americans would be more willing to…

Kaitlin Senk
by: Kaitlin Senk
views: 66

Nearly 1/3 of American PC's Still Run on Windows XP »

Microsoft recently announced that it would no longer sell Windows XP, an operating system which has been on the market…

Matthew Lawlor
by: Matthew Lawlor
views: 55

Internet Usage by Age Group »

Teens and Young Adults are the most online age groups, with 93% of demographic members using the internet on a…

Matthew Lawlor
by: Matthew Lawlor
views: 2456

Reasons 15% of American Adults Don't Use Internet »

A study conducted in May 2013 revealed that 15% of American adults (18 or older) don't use the internet. When…

Matthew Lawlor
by: Matthew Lawlor
views: 23
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