Doug Gross reports:
Location-based mobile apps such as Foursquare might be among the fastest-growing trends for plugged-in technophiles, but the vast majority of Americans still haven’t used them.
That’s the finding of a report released Thursday by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.
Only 4 percent of adults who use the internet also use mobile apps to share their location and activities with their friends, according to the report.
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