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Sep 23 '11
pewinternet:

Another lovely infographic for your Friday morning…
We just noticed that the folks at Visible Technologies have pulled some stats from our recent report on mobile and social location-based services, particularly the section about social media users who have set up their accounts to automatically include their location in their posts. (Click here for a larger version.)
Highlights from the mobile findings:
12% of smartphone owners have used a geosocial (“check in”) service such as Foursquare or Gowalla.
55% of smartphone owners have used a location-based  information service to get directions or recommendations based on their  current location.
And the social:
14% of social media users have set up their account to automatically include their location in their posts.
Want more data? Read more in the full report on our website.

pewinternet:

Another lovely infographic for your Friday morning…

We just noticed that the folks at Visible Technologies have pulled some stats from our recent report on mobile and social location-based services, particularly the section about social media users who have set up their accounts to automatically include their location in their posts. (Click here for a larger version.)

Highlights from the mobile findings:

  • 12% of smartphone owners have used a geosocial (“check in”) service such as Foursquare or Gowalla.
  • 55% of smartphone owners have used a location-based information service to get directions or recommendations based on their current location.

And the social:

  • 14% of social media users have set up their account to automatically include their location in their posts.

Want more data? Read more in the full report on our website.

(Source: cmswire.com)

Sep 7 '11
revoltfactory:

How and Why Consumers Choose a Smartphone
Google and Apple are the biggest names in the smartphone space. With Android, Google has leapfrogged the competition in terms of market share, but Apple continues to be the most popular device maker.
(via Mashable)

revoltfactory:

How and Why Consumers Choose a Smartphone

Google and Apple are the biggest names in the smartphone space. With Android, Google has leapfrogged the competition in terms of market share, but Apple continues to be the most popular device maker.

(via Mashable)