World AIDS Day 2020, Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact
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Most Americans (77%) now own a smartphone of some kind, with almost a third (28%) of smartphone users between 18 and 29 year of age being reliant on smartphones for online access. Similarly, almost a quarter (24%) of African Americans and over a third (35%) of Hispanics also rely exclusively on smartphones for broadband access. Americans check their cell phone on average every 12 minutes.
It is important for those of us who use the internet to communicate about HIV to ensure that the information we provide via our websites can be easily accessed by smartphone users. We reached out to one of our website’s technical experts, David Vaughan, to ask some questions on this topic: