Any guardians or parents noticed their teenage son’s and daughter’s fingers through their phones with a speed of lightning will say that this is certainly true. New research shows that teens today are sending more sms in their phones than before.
A teenager is sending an average of 60 sms per day, higher than average of 50 wayback 2009, based on the latest research conducted by Pew on the topic of “Teens, Smart Phones and Texting.”
And if you think that the figure seems so low, it could be if you have an older . . . → Read More: Teenagers Sends an Average of 60 SMS a day: According to Studies
There has been reports already regarding Windows Phone devices from the likes of Samsung, HTC, and LG.
However what Microsoft fans are trying to keep an eye on are definitely the reports which will be originating from Nokia World from London this week.
The Finnish company which is the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturer by devices, has bet all of its chips on Microsoft company, stating that it could well be utilizing Windows Phone on all of its smartphones. Microsoft, for the time being, is depending on Nokia to create the Windows Phone os a critical competitor in . . . → Read More: Microsoft Fans Keeping an Eye on Nokia as it Rolls Out Windows Phones
Apple currently is on top when it comes to smartphone rankings, while BlackBerry is on the fourth spot, as confirmed in the newest data from the US analyst firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
Apple had claimed the world wide top spot by transporting 20.3 million iPhones in its quarterly results released in the third week of July. In its Universal Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker released, the Massachusetts-based IDC said, “The smartphone market crowned a new leader in 2Q11, and its name is Apple.” The IDC said Apple transported 20.3 million iPhones out of the 106.5 million . . . → Read More: Apple Reigns The Global Smart Phone Rankings
Android devices of Google have turned into the most well known smart phones in the U.S., according to a Nielsen investigation, a day when Nokia shares tanked over 15% on weaker quarterly outlook.
In the survey for the month of April 65,000 users proved that 35% mobile consumers now utilize an Android gadget, compared to 26% who utilize Apple iPhone and 23% who utilize Blackberry.
The survey said, Google Android smartphones are put to leave Apple iPhone way after, if present mobile data usage is as well any indicator. Android smartphone owners utilize an average . . . → Read More: Android Smartphones Top Over Nokia and BlackBerry