The Pew Internet and American Life Project has released its May study covering mobile Internet use. TechCrunch digs in to the numbers:
The report’s most interesting findings centered around mobile connectivity. Pew found that more Americans are accessing the internet on their phones (38%) than playing games on their devices (34%). Of course, both of these actions were dwarfed by taking pictures (76%) and sending or receiving text messages (72%).
The full Pew study, “Mobile Access 2010,” is available on their website.