Wireless users 'do more online'

People who use wireless internet "show deeper engagement with cyberspace," according to an American study.
While 54% of internet users check e-mail "on the typical day," 72% of wireless users check daily. Just under half of wireless users get news online every day, compared to 31% of internet users at large. The Pew Internet and American Life Project survey asked 798 US internet users about their wireless habits and sampled almost 2,300 people overall. The report characterised wireless as connecting to the internet using a wi-fi network or using a mobile network.

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