Digital immigrants and digital natives differ in how they use ubiquitous technologies. The differences stem from both generational and age gaps. For instance, the change in biological and psychological ways with age reflect on users’ ability to interact with different mobile technologies. Yet, there is still a lack of knowledge on how digital natives’ ubiquitous technology use differ from digital immigrants in different contextual situations-particularly so for social and physical contexts. However, context-of-use plays an important role in the use of ubiquitous technologies and can affect users’ perceived benefits and concerns. Therefore, the aim of this research is to explore to what extent perceived use differ in physical and social contexts between digital natives and digital immigrants.