More than half of Americans who regularly read news get it on handheld digital devices, according to new research. The Pew Internet & American Life Project found 54 percent of news-reading adults turn to cell phones, tablets or e-readers (question 23
). There's good news for writers: "41% of tablet owners and 35% of e-reader owners said they were reading more
since the advent of e-content."
The main focus of the Pew survey was on e-books and how Americans are embracing them. A few interesting facts: