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May 27, 2011

HTC Newest Smartphones : Comparison Infographic

The EVO 3D and Sensation 4G have the most powerful processors, but the Thunderbolt has the fastest 4G network and comes with a total of 40GB for apps, music, movies and games. And while pricing hasn't been announced yet for the EVO 3D and Sensation 4G, the Inspire's $99 price tag is hard to beat.
source : HTCpedia

April 13, 2011

49% Mobile Users Use it as " Online Shopping Tool"


Mobiles  today have become truly omnipresent in our lives..  and  a recent research study by  Performics and ROI Research reveals that Mobile  is increasingly being used as a tool for online shopping research as well as making a purchase online

Nearly one-half (49%) of mobile searchers—people who use the mobile Web at least weekly—say they have made at least one purchase via mobile device in the previous six months

The most popular purchases via mobile are in the entertainment category (32%), followed by apparel goods (31%), electronics (25%), travel (22%), and consumer packaged goods (CPG) (20%). 

76% say they have searched the mobile Web in the previous six months to find information on entertainment, 68% for have done so for electronics, 61% for apparel, and 57% for CPG.

The research shows how Mobiles are today becoming increasingly  all pervasive   The use of mobile search at home topped the list with 81 percent reporting evening use, 80 percent reporting weekend use and 59 percent reporting use before work

How mobile Users  Search Information
  • 84% search for local retailer information (phone, address, hours) and 82% find online retailers.
  • 73% find a specific manufacturer or product website.
  • 71% learn about a product or service after seeing an advertisement. 
  • 68% find the best price for a product or service.
Overwhelmingly, satisfaction with and adoption of mobile search rang true throughout the study
  • 75 percent said mobile search makes their lives easier
  • 63 percent said access to mobile search has changed the way they gather information
  • 32 percent said they use mobile search more than search engines on their computer
These  findings are  from The 2011 Mobile Search Insights Study, based on a survey of 502 people who use mobile phones to search the Web at least once a week.


April 3, 2011

The Connected Devices vs Connected Consumers

 

Apple iPad users are younger and more of them are male
than those of other connected devices
− 65% are male, 63% are under the age of 35
− Kindle users: 52% male, 47% under the age of 35
•     Amazon Kindle users are slightly wealthier, better educated
− 28% have incomes of $100k or more, 57% have a bachelors
degree or higher
− Pad users: 25% have incomes of $100k or more, 51% have a
bachelors degree or higher

 
Connected devices such as tablets, eReaders and smartphones are seemingly everywhere and already are changing how some people consume media. Whether it’s watching a video or accessing an app on an iPad on the train to work, sitting at home reading a book on a Kindle or playing the latest games on a Sony PSP, thedevices have only added to consumption of the more “traditional” forms of media delivery such as the home computer, books and game consoles.  

The Nielsen Company recently released its inaugural Connected Devices Playbook to get a better idea of the consumers purchasing Apple iPads, Amazon Kindles and other similar gadgets and how they are using them

How connected devices are being used

Tablets are shared more than eReaders or smartphones .Around 46% of tablet users allow others to use their devices, while  only about one-third of smartphone and eReader users do
the same (34% smartphone users, 33% eReader users)