Our study of consumer technology trends examines how US households are adjusting their use of mobile devices, wearables, and smart home technology as pandemic restrictions begin to ease. With fewer people working and learning from home, the house is less crowded, and many of the acute challenges we noted in 2021 have subsided to a degree. Consumers can now be intentional about which activities to do virtually and which in-person, and they're reporting that tech-enabled work, school, fitness, and health care—in the right measure—are making their lives better, healthier, and more fulfilling.
To understand consumer attitudes toward “digital life,” we conducted a survey of 2,005 US consumers. Aspects of digital life that we surveyed include devices, connectivity, virtual experiences, wearables, and challenges of managing one's digital life.
Vice chair, Deloitte US Technology
Partner, US Executive Accelerators
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Executive director, Deloitte Center
for Technology, Media &
Deloitte Services LP
Vice chair, US Telecommunications,
Media & Entertainment (TM&E) leader
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