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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....

Survey suggests that developers interest in Android is in decline

09/26/2012, Considering that the number of Android apps has almost caught up to the number of iOS apps, it would suggest that there seems to be more or equal interest by developers in creating apps for Android. Interestingly though, according to a survey conducted by...

Survey: Most Americans play games on phones to kill time

05/17/2012, There is a new ‘Y U Play?’ survey from MocoSpace that shows the number 1 reason for Americans spending time on their mobile phones would be to “kill time”, while another third play for entertainment’s sake. Out of the sample crowd of...

iPad Or Your Wife? Disturbing Results from the Survey

04/19/2012, Online-based casino RoxyPalace conducted a survey regarding people, their mates and the new iPad and the results that it revealed after were truly intriguing. According to the survey, 11% of bachelors would rather buy the new iPad than spend their hard...

Android sees most action in toilets among smartphone platforms

01/31/2012, When it comes to the Android, Windows Phone and iOS operating systems, just which one is the most hygienic? It seems that you should opt for the latter two – since in a survey that was conducted by marketing agency 11mark, around 75% of Americans...

Survey: 39% of US smartphone buyers gravitate towards Android

01/16/2012, The march of the smartphone is inevitable – eventually, featurephones will most probably occupy just a minority in the total market share, but at this moment in time, they still are the de facto mobile communication device of choice for developing...

33% broke up digitally

11/14/2011, A survey by Lab42 which comprised of 500 social network users who are 18 and older claimed that one third of them broke up via a digital format – through Facebook, text or an e-mail. Whatever happened to having the cojones and meeting up face to...

Majority of consumers say 3D TV is better than regular TV

09/23/2011, According to a survey conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates for Panasonic it turns out that 71% of respondents say that 3D TV is “much better” or “dramatically better” than 2D TV, while 99% of all attendees answered that it was...