The presence of cell phones has become ubiquitous in many corners of the world. While smartphones might be rare in most places, mobile technology in the form of basic cell phones are prominently used to send texts, take photos, and make phone calls. This report from the Pew Research Global Attitudes center looks at ownership and usage of cell phones in 24 emerging and developing economies, such as China, Lebanon, Senegal, and Venezuela. Released in February 2014, this 42-page report contains helpful charts, graphs, and summaries of key data on cell phone ownership, internet use linked to national income, and social networking via cell phone. The report is rounded out by a selection of tables that offer additional statistical armature to those seeking visual arrangements of the findings.