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Survey: 21% of users on Pinterest have purchased an item that they found on the site

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There’s no doubt that Pinterest continues to gain traction in for users who enjoy creating collections of things to share with others. We know that businesses are seeing tons of traffic to their sites from Pinterest users as well, showing that the premise of curated collections on a social network...
Survey: 21% of users on Pinterest have purchased an item that they found on the site

[GRAPHIC] Most Don't Feel Comfortable Sharing Credit Card Info On Social Networks

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Most of us still don't like giving our credit card information on social networking sites, according to a poll of 2,630 adults by Harris Interactive for Digitas. And that could mean trouble - at least for now - for Facebook and other social networks hoping to make good on predictions...
[GRAPHIC] Most Don't Feel Comfortable Sharing Credit Card Info On Social Networks

Survey: Are you going for Adobe's Creative Cloud?

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CNET and Jefferies are curious to hear if you think Adobe's subscription plan, its Web developer tools, and its Creative Suite 6 are worth the price. We'll publish survey results later. [Read more]...
Survey: Are you going for Adobe's Creative Cloud?

Color Survey Results

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Color Survey Results

Last chance to take 2012 Domain Name Wire survey

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12 hours left to take this year’s domain industry survey. Time is running out to take the seventh annual Domain Name Wire survey. The survey, which asks users to answer questions about domain name registrars, domain parking, and expired domains, concludes January 31. Results will be published in February. Participants...
Last chance to take 2012 Domain Name Wire survey

Survey results: Americans insist on government benefits but don't want to pay for them

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Survey results: Americans insist on government benefits but don't want to pay for them

Why do we love SMS so much?

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Acision, known for its mobile messaging solutions has conducted a study into the world of the SMS. It’s a technology that is more than twenty years old but it is still one of the most widely used communications methods in the world. According to Ofcom, average SMS use is increasing...
Why do we love SMS so much?

Which activities are preferred on tablets vs phones? Keynote tells all

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There’s not only a large amount of overlap in activities between smartphones and tablets, but owners of both device types also agree they want a faster mobile web experience. The data comes from Keynote’s Mobile User Survey (PDF), which the company published on Monday after surveying 5,388 people who owned...
Which activities are preferred on tablets vs phones? Keynote tells all

Survey Anecdote Suggests We Have No Idea What's Going On At Google+

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By Google’s count, Google+ has over 500 million “upgraded” members and some 135 million people active “in just the stream.” By researchers’ best estimates, however, the answer is a bit more complicated. According to Pew Research Center’s latest social media survey, which was published recently and aimed at sampling the...
Survey Anecdote Suggests We Have No Idea What's Going On At Google+

iPad owners weigh in: Heat ‘issue’ deemed non-factor

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An overwhelming 98% of new iPad owners are either “very satisfied” (82%) or “somewhat satisfied” (16%) with their Apple tablets, a recent survey conducted by ChangeWave has determined. This is hardly a surprise, and BGR called the slate not one but two steps ahead of its competition when we...
iPad owners weigh in: Heat ‘issue’ deemed non-factor

SPONSOR MESSAGE: 2013 Digital Marketing Optimization Survey Results

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This survey shows: 45% of marketers don’t have a mobile optimized site Testing is usually only performed on top entry pages 87% of those surveyed say less than half of visitors get targeted content Download now » Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article....
SPONSOR MESSAGE: 2013 Digital Marketing Optimization Survey Results

Small businesses need better apps, survey says

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Technology is a great equalizer that can level the playing field between small and medium businesses and their much larger competitors. A survey from Bank of the West finds that SMBs have embraced mobile technology and recognize its importance, but are frustrated by a lack of apps more relevant...
Small businesses need better apps, survey says

The paperless office continues to elude us

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Since the dawn of personal computers there have been predictions of an all-digital future where paper was little but a distant memory. Decades later, it seems like we've made progress toward the "paperless office," but the Utopian vision is still a long way off. Adobe, which bought digital signature...
The paperless office continues to elude us

Is internet dating killing romance?

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Liz Hoggard and Hephzibah Anderson debate whether internet dating is destroying our old notions of romanceLiz Hoggard, journalist and co-author of Dangerous Women: The Guide to Modern LifeI'm not surprised to hear, this week, that Britain has the highest internet dating turnover of any European nation. More than nine million...
Is internet dating killing romance?

Is IT Showing Insecurities in the Distrust of End Users?

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We just looked at the survey results from a CA sponsored report about IT's views on cloud computing and security. Is it us or does IT seem a bit threatened by the overwhelming interest in cloud computing? Or is IT prudent in their views that the trends to put everything...
Is IT Showing Insecurities in the Distrust of End Users?

The biggest deterrent for women in tech

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New survey results from job marketplace Elance. By Kurt Wagner, reporter FORTUNE -- A new survey by online job marketplace Elance found that men and women share similar opinions when it comes to women working in the tech industry. The results, which consisted of answers from close to 7,000 freelancers mainly...
The biggest deterrent for women in tech

Top mobile predictions for 2013

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Appcelerator and IDC revealed their Q4 2012 Mobile Developer Survey results. Apple's iOS and Android maintain their strong positions, and Google's Nexus tablets attracted some developer interest. [Read more]...
Top mobile predictions for 2013

Survey finds Facebook Gifts has great potential, Promoted Posts is a big dud

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Facebook recently introduced two consumer-facing products designed to help it bring in more dough. One looks to be a money-making bonanza while the other seems to have flop written all over it. Nearly 45 percent of respondents in a survey fielded by analyst firm Sterne Agee said they would...
Survey finds Facebook Gifts has great potential, Promoted Posts is a big dud

25 percent of adult Americans own a tablet, research reveals

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The number of adult Americans who own tablet computers continues to grow, hitting 25 percent in the first eight months of 2012, according to the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. In survey results released Thursday, Pew reveals the 6 percent increase in tablet ownership over the...
25 percent of adult Americans own a tablet, research reveals
One In Four Mobile Users Keep Dirty Pics Or Vids On Their Smartphone, And We All Know It's You
Women Collaborating With Social Media More Than Men [Infographic]

Marketers Know You Read Twitter While Sitting on the Couch and Thinking About Snacks

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#NoThanks (Photo via Rap Genius, IDK) If you’ve ever found yourself glancing over at Twitter’s trending topics and marveling at the grasping desperation of a promotion–stop trying to make #HotNSpicy happen, McDonalds–then AllThingsD has the survey results for you. A CNBC social media strategist spent a month keeping track of...
Marketers Know You Read Twitter While Sitting on the Couch and Thinking About Snacks
One-third of cord cutters say they’ll never go back to cable

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

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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

Bing news search now shows related topics and personalities

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Microsoft's Bing may be a boy among men in the search-engine wars, but that's not stopping it from piling on new features. The latest are in its news search, where it just added a "trending topics" carousel that shows timely info in the same category as your query (see...
Bing news search now shows related topics and personalities

Xbox 360 marks 18 months atop U.S. console market

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Microsoft’s Xbox 360 sold 257,000 units in the U.S. in June, topping Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Nintendo’s Wii for the 18th consecutive month, according to NPD Group research cited by the Redmond company. That translates into 47 percent market share among current-generation consoles. The latest numbers were down considerably from...
Xbox 360 marks 18 months atop U.S. console market

SURVEY: The iPhone Wins In Consumer Satisfaction, BlackBerry Collapses (AAPL, RIMM, GOOG)

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The American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) released survey results today for mobile devices and carriers. Apple was the big winner, with more people satisfied with their iPhone than any other smartphone. ACSI called the iPhone a "game changer" in consumer satisfaction, scoring higher than any other phone in the survey's...
SURVEY: The iPhone Wins In Consumer Satisfaction, BlackBerry Collapses (AAPL, RIMM, GOOG)
Enterprises are being infiltrated by 'zombie' apps, survey reveals
Survey: Among U.S teens, iPhone ownership up 34%, iPads account for 72% of tablets

Two reasons Microsoft should fear Google Apps

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As Microsoft continues to push Office 365, its subscription software-as-a-service offering, a new survey underscores Redmond's diminishing hold on enterprise users. And the problem will only get worse as younger users enter the workplace, if a recent study at Princeton University is any indication. BetterCloud sells cloud management tools...
Two reasons Microsoft should fear Google Apps
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