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Adults 50+ Could Be Better Prepared for Natural Disasters
Most older adults (59%) feel prepared for a natural disaster, but few use technology to help them prepare for and stay informed during an emergency.
2023 Tech Trends: No End in Sight for Age 50+ Market Growth
Americans age 50+ have an appetite for technology, but many find it difficult to learn and navigate.
Fintech Attitudes and Adoption Among Adults 25-Plus
More than half of adults use fintech to shop online and make electronic payments, the service they will most likely will use in the future.
Grandparents Are Gamers, Too — Especially Grandmothers
Grandparents play video games for fun, not just to connect with family. Most play solo, and grandmothers are the most avid gamers.
Older Adults Are Upgrading Their Tech for a Better Online Experience
In 2020, the pandemic significantly limited social interaction, and technology became more important than ever for adults age 50+.
Privacy, Storage, and Usage: How Older Adults View Big Data in Health Care
A recent AARP survey on big health data found that older adults lack knowledge about how much personal data is collected, analyzed, and shared.
Older Adults Embrace Tech for Entertainment and Day-to-Day Living
The new digital habits adults 50+ adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic are here to stay.
High-Speed Internet: Views of Utah Voters 50+
Utah voters 50+ support for expanding high-speed or broadband internet access, according to a recent AARP survey.
Getting Connected: Older Americans Embrace Technology
Latest technology activities and adoption, including mobile usage, online activities/privacy and using tech to stay connected.
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