SPOTLIGHT: 45% of US Teens Own Cell Phones

According to new numbers from the Pew Internet & American Life Project, 84 percent of US teenagers own at least one of four devices: a desktop PC, laptop, cell phone, or Blackberry. Forty-five percent of teens have their own cell phones. Approximately 21 percent of US teens use the Internet, with half of those using it daily. Article


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