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71 Percent Of Consumers Say They Would Not Buy A BlackBerry [Poll]

04/11/2013, The results of a recent poll commissioned by research firm MKM Partners found 83 percent of people weren’t aware BlackBerry launched its BlackBerry 10 platform in the U.S. The results of the same poll found 6 percent of those questions said they...

Adults Text And Drive More Than Teenagers

03/28/2013, We should all know by now just how dangerous it is to text and drive a vehicle, especially if you’re a school bus driver, but it seems no matter how hard we try to avoid it, there are many of us who absolutely can’t let a text go until we...

American Drivers Out-text European Motorists

03/14/2013, We all know that we should not be using our phones while we drive, and since the explosion of smartphones happened some years back, it has led to an even greater proliferation of such devices, so much so that using phones when we are behind the wheel has...

Mobile Data Volume Grows, Appetite Among Users Are Insatiable

02/18/2013, With the advent of mobile devices that are data-centric, it goes without saying that more and more of us are hooked to a mobile device, be it a tablet or a smartphone, that requires us to remain connected all the time to the Internet if we were to make...

Apple Loses To Amazon As Top Trusted Company

02/13/2013, Apple is no longer the most trusted company in America, according to the 2013 Harris Interactive Reputational Quotient survey. Instead, the title is given to Amazon. The survey has been done by 14,000 people who have ranked different companies. Google is...

75% Of Parents Think That Violent Video Games Leads To Violence

01/11/2013, If you have spent a fair amount of time playing video games while growing up, chances are there are times when you get into an argument with your parents, only to have them blame your behavior on video games, which is why it is unsurprising to find that...

Survey Shows That iPad Still Accounts For 87% Of Tablet Web Traffic

12/31/2012, With the introduction of more affordable and powerful Google Nexus tablets, and tablets like Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD, you would think that Apple’s iPad presence on the web could be taking a hit and could see its numbers replaced by its competitors....