As the Wall Street Journal reports, new data from Nielsen finds Latinos lead in smartphone use in the U.S. According to Nielsen, 72% of Latino adults own a smartphone, which is nearly 10 percentage points higher than the national average. The report also finds Americans are increasingly turning to their mobile devices to get on the Internet; last year Americans spent an additional 10 hours each month on the mobile web compared to 2012.
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Also, be sure to check out our infographic Latinos Embrace the Mobile Future showcasing the rapid adoption and transformative impact of wireless technology in the Latino community below: