The American Consumer Satisfaction Index looked at 70,000 consumers and concluded that Samsung had a slightly higher approval rating than its rival Apple.
A new survey highlights how addicted most of us are to our phones. So how addicted are you? Check out the survey and join in our own in-house poll.
A Raymond James survey indicates that many customers say they wouldn’t never buy a BlackBerry, a finding that is reflected in the current market share..
The latest Kantar report focuses on smartphone sales by operating system in the UK, as well as other important global markets. Much to our delight, the survey shows Android has the upper hand against iOS all across the world, from London to Beijing.
What can be more refreshing on a boring grim Wednesday morning than hearing about a report that once again confirms Apple’s diamond kingdom is being torn up piece by piece by Android? Nothing, absolutely nothing!
A survey of over 20,000 people brought back a rather staggering result – over half of the people surveyed will buy a tablet by Christmas.
In the heat of the Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit, a judge in one of the international court cases ruled that Samsung’s Android products were not as cool as the Apple iPad, and hence the Korean company could not have succeeded in copying the iPad’s iconic design. Well, we now have data from consumer research, and it seems that Android, as a platform, is now considered the new cool kid on the block.
A company called CouponCodes4u recently surveyed 2,371 smartphone carrying Americans between 18 and 35 years old and asked them whether or not they’d consider switching to Nokia’s new Lumia 920. The answer? 52% said no way, 35% were on the fence, and 13% said it depends on the price.
You can always count on Nielsen to come up with the most interesting tech-related reports, and its latest such study is no exception to that rule. After seeing Android comfortably leading in the U.S. smartphone OS share back in May, the company’s survey conducted in July revealed even more impressive numbers for Google’s mobile operating system.
Yes, boys and girls, it has finally happened! For the first time in history, most U.S. mobile subscribers now own a smartphone. At least that’s what we can make of Nielsen’s latest report,... which says that, in March 2012, 50.4% of all American mobile users had a smartphone in their possession. That leaves a 49.6% share for basic phones (or dumbphones, as we sometimes call them), which is n...