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Older Adults Keep Pace on Tech Usage
Tech ownership among older adults continues to grow, but many are not using the devices to their full potential.
Who Is the 50+ Gamer?
Older gamers (ages 50 and older) are becoming savvy gaming consumers, and more are playing video games daily, especially women.
Older Americans’ Technology Usage Keeps Climbing
Technology is already a central part of life for older Americans, and the connection with their devices is only expected to grow.
Technology Trends Among Mid-Life and Older Americans
Latest technology trends including device adoption, online activities, online privacy and using tech to stay connected.
Getting Connected: Older Americans Embrace Technology
Latest technology activities and adoption, including mobile usage, online activities/privacy and using tech to stay connected.
What Americans Want from Future Technologies
Boomers' future technology wish list focuses on simplicity and using personal technology to improve their day to day lives.
Challenges of a Wireless World: Survey of Americans Ages 18+
The use of free Wi-Fi in public places and the vulnerability of identity theft and fraud are gauged by Americans age 18 and older.
2016 AARP Cyber Security Survey of Adults Age 18 and Older
Adults age 18+ would favor locations offering free public Wi-Fi if information on protection from cyber scams was provided.
Attitudes and Habits of Adults Age 50-Plus
Regular video gaming is reported among nearly four in ten Americans age 50-plus.
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