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Think Europeans are more into data privacy than Americans? Think again.

CHART OF THE DAY: iPhone Owners Want A Bigger Screen For The Next iPhone (AAPL)

www.businessinsider.com
We partnered with SurveyMonkey to do a survey of Americans to see what they're thinking about the iPhone 5. We'll have the full results of our survey next week, but for now, here's a little tease. We asked iPhone owners if they wanted a bigger screen on the next iPhone....
CHART OF THE DAY: iPhone Owners Want A Bigger Screen For The Next iPhone (AAPL)

Poll Results: 78 Percent Like Mayer's Move To Yahoo

marketingland.com
It’s a small sample size, but the numbers are still impressive: Almost 78 percent of respondents say Yahoo’s hiring of Marissa Mayer as CEO is a good move, and only two percent feel it’s a bad move. Those are the results of the poll that we ran Monday on Marketing...
Poll Results: 78 Percent Like Mayer's Move To Yahoo
Survey: Despite initial missteps, mobile payments will boom in 2013

Peanut Labs Continues To Soar, Announces New Publishers

www.socialtimes.com
Peanut Labs, one of the leading monetization platforms with headquarters in San Francisco, has announced partnerships with IMVU, ijji.com, Baby Gaga and Club Cooee. Over 200 online publishers are signed up with Peanut Labs and using its solutions that enable users to earn virtual currency by filling out offers, completing...
Peanut Labs Continues To Soar, Announces New Publishers

How Online Searches Influence Voting: Going Negative Doesn't Work

www.readwriteweb.com
A new joint Harris/BrandYourself study released Monday shows that nearly one third of U.S. adults have looked up information about a candidate online, which puts more onus on campaigns to get their online messaging straight. Encouragingly in the face of so much negative political messaging, positive information found online...
How Online Searches Influence Voting: Going Negative Doesn't Work
Cash in the clouds: Google says CFOs believe in cloud computing

ChangeWave: Demand for iPhone 4S still rising

tech.fortune.cnn.com
Six months after its release, 56% of future smartphone buyers say they're getting Apple's Click to enlarge. The 4,413 consumers polled in ChangeWave Research's March survey are not exactly a representative cross-section of the buying public. They're primarily American (87%) and almost all early-adopter types. But as ChangeWave members they...
ChangeWave: Demand for iPhone 4S still rising

New iPad Garners 98% Satisfaction Rating, Tops 'Consumer Reports' Rankings

www.macrumors.com
ChangeWave Research today released the results of a survey addressing users' experiences with the new iPad, finding that 98% of the professional and early-adopter consumer audience targeted by the firm rate themselves as either "very satisfied" (82%) or "somewhat satisfied" (16%) with the device. The number compares favorably to the...
New iPad Garners 98% Satisfaction Rating, Tops 'Consumer Reports' Rankings

What you should know before you apply to an accelerator

venturebeat.com
Accelerators seem to be the golden ticket for many startup founders. Especially the best-known ones get massive numbers of applicants. Y Combinator is again accepting admissions for its twice-a-year program and is likely to break records again, at least judging by the popularity of the Startup School it ran at...
What you should know before you apply to an accelerator

Xbox Live tells us who won the vice presidential debate

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Last night’s vice presidential debate was aired before Xbox Live users, who were polled as they listened to the debate on the service on the Xbox 360 video game console. Xbox Live members answered 26 questions in real-time about the candidates performances and their views on pertinent issues. More...
Xbox Live tells us who won the vice presidential debate

Windows users reluctant to upgrade, survey reveals

www.pcworld.com
More than 70 percent of Microsoft Windows users won't be upgrading to Windows 8 in the near future, according to a survey released this week by antivirus software maker Avast. The survey of 350,000 Avast users, more than 135,000 of them from the United States, showed that only nine...
Windows users reluctant to upgrade, survey reveals

63% of Australian Samsung phone owners mulling switch to iPhone 5, survey says

thenextweb.com
Apple could win back some serious ground from Samsung with the release of its iPhone 5 this week, if a new survey from MobilePhoneFinder.com.au is to be believed. According to the poll, 62.9 percent of current Samsung phone owners are planning to buy Apple’s latest handset. Among the close to...
63% of Australian Samsung phone owners mulling switch to iPhone 5, survey says

ChangeWave: Forget Maps, iPhone 5 Is Still A Major Attraction With Demand At 'Record Rates'; WP 8 And Nokia Still Challenged

techcrunch.com
So much for all that Maps thunder and Lightning port issues, and what they might mean for sales of the iPhone 5: a new survey published today by 451/ChangeWave Research reveals that in fact Apple’s latest mobile device is selling at “record” rates compared to past iPhone launches. Its survey...
ChangeWave: Forget Maps, iPhone 5 Is Still A Major Attraction With Demand At 'Record Rates'; WP 8 And Nokia Still Challenged
Taking your business solar? Here’s how to maximize your branding impact

Venture Financing Forecast for 2013: Partly Cloudy With Lower Chance of Success

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Concerns that Series A rounds will be hard to come by in 2013 are widespread in the venture business, according to a survey being released today. Forty-five percent of venture capitalists think this will be the most difficult financing to obtain, according to a survey of venture capitalists and startup...
Venture Financing Forecast for 2013: Partly Cloudy With Lower Chance of Success

Survey: 42% of PC upgraders plan to buy Mac, iPad instead

www.electronista.com
A survey conducted by Avast has found that immediate interest in Windows 8 may be weak, and nearly half of the upgrade-ready respondents are eyeing a Mac or iPad rather than another PC. The survey, which was referenced by USA Today, polled 135,000 Windows users last month ahead of the...
Survey: 42% of PC upgraders plan to buy Mac, iPad instead

Survey: iPhone users rank highest in terms of carrier and smartphone loyalty

thenextweb.com
A recent survey conducted by VoIP service Rebtel has given insight into how mobile subscribers are reacting to call quality, how they deal with the choice between VoIP or a mobile carrier, and more. One of the key findings of the survey is that a whopping 128 million American mobile subscribers,...
Survey: iPhone users rank highest in terms of carrier and smartphone loyalty

‘iPad3’: What do consumers want most?

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In a recent survey, the Web site TechBargains asked its users what they want out of the next iPad. The answer? Speed, a better speaker and a USB port. About 85 percent of the respondents said that getting a quad-core processor would be the most important thing in a new...
‘iPad3’: What do consumers want most?

[SURVEY] Professional Investors Will Stay on Sidelines for Facebook's IPO

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Shares of Facebook will reportedly begin trading in May, and professional investors expect the stock's price to rise 12% in the first quarter, according to a survey by Maven. Despite that upbeat assessment, just 12% of professional investors surveyed by Maven said they planned to invest in Facebook, with 44%...
[SURVEY] Professional Investors Will Stay on Sidelines for Facebook's IPO
Women Collaborating With Social Media More Than Men [Infographic]

Young Men Prefer Facebook And Email Over Sex

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A growing number of young men in UK prefer checking emails and browsing through social media sites like Facebook over sex, according to a new study conducted in UK by Sparkler for Microsoft Advertising. The study revealed that 38% of men are so addicted to Internet that they have...
Young Men Prefer Facebook And Email Over Sex
Small companies can do quick market research with Peanut Labs’ Crowdvibe (exclusive)

ReadWrite Survey Results: What A Typical BYOD Program Really Looks Like

readwrite.com
BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - is one of the hottest trends in IT right now. The idea is to let employees use their own preferred smartphones, tablets and/or laptops, and have the company's technology department allow them to connect to company networks and applications, as well as make...
ReadWrite Survey Results: What A Typical BYOD Program Really Looks Like
iPhone 5 could reach 50M sales in U.S., says analyst (also: nobody wants a Facebook phone)

Consumers More Interested in Make-Believe Amazon Phone Than Fabled Facebook Phone

allthingsd.com
If Facebook or Amazon were to release a smartphone of their own, would anyone buy it? Impossible to say for certain when neither device exists — yet. But a new assessment of current consumer sentiment toward a smartphone from either company suggests that Amazon would have a far easier time...
Consumers More Interested in Make-Believe Amazon Phone Than Fabled Facebook Phone
Quality to blame for declining news audiences, study suggests

UK Government Censors Copyright Consultation Submission About How Awful Collection Societies Are

www.techdirt.com
When the UK Hargreaves Review of intellectual monopolies in the digital age came out last year, Techdirt noted that one of its innovations was an emphasis on basing policy on evidence. The fact that this was even notable shows how parlous the state of policy-making has become. One important way...
UK Government Censors Copyright Consultation Submission About How Awful Collection Societies Are

Survey: 75% of Companies Don't Collect Social Media Info

www.pcworld.com
A recent survey of the IBM SHARE user group found just 25% of respondents were collecting data from social media networks for business purposes, though many more are planning to do so in the near future....
Survey: 75% of Companies Don't Collect Social Media Info
Ideology clouds how we perceive the temperatures
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