A recent survey, sponsored by LinkedIn, and conducted by Empirix showed that most companies do nothing, pray, or “dial for dollars” (call manually) to discover whether their customer service systems are delivering superior service.
The World Wide Developers Conference kicked off this week and among the revelations from developers, one of the most curious came from Apple upon the unveiling of its new iOS 7. The upgrade for iOS on Apple’s mobile devices has received mostly impressive reviews and represents the biggest change to its mobile OS since its development. Despite all the positive reviews, there was considerable confusion over one move from Apple.
A remarkable new survey by Abe’s Market www.abesmarket.com , the leading better-living retailer, released survey results today entitled “ would you rather,” shedding light on women’s priorities when it comes to eating healthy. The survey, which was conducted between May 14th -16th via Google surveys asked a sample of 1500 women throughout the United States about what priorities were when it came to eating healthy – had some surprising results.
People want to simplify their lives and take advantage of what it is new in order to gain time and have access to relevant information, or at least that is what recent researches reveal. Mobile commerce – mcommerce – is gaining more and more users as an April survey of US mobile internet users conducted by AYTM Market Research presented by emarketer shows.
Madrid becomes one of the best connected cities in the world, after cities like New York, Paris, Dublin or Nice. To enjoy the benefits, users have to install GOWEX WiFi application on their devices, create an user and a password, connect to the WiFi GOWEX network and surf the web.
“Please read and agree to Terms & Conditions”: everyone’s favorite phrase when downloading or updating an app. Don’t lie to yourself, you’ve only read about eight combined words in all of those policies you’ve agreed to. Trust us, you’re not alone. Virtually no one reads those things.
People spend more and more time on the internet, as a research conducted by Gfk in partnership with the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) reveals. In fact, this medium saw a constant growth in the average daily time spent since 2010, as the study presented by emarketer shows. From 2:34 in 2010, the average daily time spent on the Internet grew to 2:56 in 2011, reaching an average of 3:07 in 2012.
There is a clear shift from desktops to mobile devices, as new studies show. A study carried out by The Media Behavior Institute and presented by emarketer.com reveals that the mobile phone is getting more and...