The two of the most popular streaming video services throughout the world are the Netflix and Hulu. The services could be accessed on all sorts of devices from your DVR to your smartphone with a group of other devices. Nielsen has a new report on what gadgets people use to watch the streaming services.
Several people out there that watch both streaming services are viewing directly on their computer. Forty-two percent of the entire Netflix users watch by means of the computer and a massive 89% of the entire Hulu watchers use their computer. For Netflix, . . . → Read More: Nielsen Monitors Hulu and Netflix Streaming Usage
New information said that smartphones account for the majority of the latest mobile phone purchases in the United States.
According to newest US data of Nielsen covering the month of May 2011, 38% of the entire US mobile phone owners currently have a smartphone, with iPhone of Apple having revealed the most increase in current months.
In United States, 55% who bought a latest handset in the previous three months stated purchasing a smartphone rather than a feature phone up from 34% a year ago. Android goes on to be the most well-liked smartphone operating . . . → Read More: Smartphones Now Rule the US Markets
Nielsen is conducting a research regarding teens that are always texting and according to their study, those teens that are always texting and on standard, they are sending out 3,339 texts a month, or six for each hour they are aware, an 8 percent jump from previous year.
Nielsen said that teenage girls are the largest part productive texters, sending an average of 4,050 for every month, whereas teenage boys ages 13 to 17 send 2,539 texts throughout the similar time period. In the 18 to 24 age group, the figure of texts drops to 1,630 . . . → Read More: 3,339 Texts are Sent by Teenagers Every Month