A new study suggests that attitude, rather than availability, might be the key reason more Americans don't have high-speed internet access.
The findings from the Pew Internet & American Life Project challenge the argument that broadband providers need to more aggressively roll out supply to meet demand.
Only 14 percent of dial-up users say they're stuck with the older, slower connectivity method because they can't get broadband service in their neighborhoods, Pew reported July 2.
Thirty-five percent say they're still on dial-up because broadband prices are too high, while another 19 percent say nothing would persuade them to upgrade. The remainder have other...