The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is reporting that over 90% of adults now own a cell phone.  According to Pew, the cell phone is the most quickly adopted consumer technology in the history of the world. 

The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is reporting that over 90% of adults now own a cell phone.  According to Pew, the cell phone is the most quickly adopted consumer technology in the history of the world.  

The advent of the smartphone has evidently been a major catalyst for the adoption rate as 56% of American adults currently own a smartphone.

The Pew study included a comprehensive breakdown of ownershiptrends with the lowest adoption rates being those earning less than $30,000/year; individuals over 65; and those with less than a high school education.

Pew Internet Study: Cell phone ownership by demographic group

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Alex Br
GPS tracking or how to get a cell phone location using GPS.
People, who have modern cell phones usually do not use all their features completely. One of these features is the GPS. It is a very useful tool in your cell phone which lets have a lot of opportunities like phone tracking. Just imagine how useful GPS tracking may be in your urban life! Combine business with pleasure.
All what you need is to install an appropriate application on the target cell phone with integrated GPS module.
http://uonmap.com/en/article/gps-tracking-or-how-to-get-a-cell-phone-location-using-gps
Posted on 9/6/13 2:15 PM.

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