A recent LG camera-related survey reveals not only consumer behaviour and new usage trends, but also level of satisfaction with smartphone cameras.
If a recent study is to be believed, 5G smartphone shipments will slowly increase as it will take years for the industry to see volumes.
According to a recently published study relying on data collected in 2016 in Finland, smartphone behavior doesn't chance while driving.
In New South Wales, the government has commissioned a study to look into the digital behaviors of students from kindergarten to Year 12.
A recent study is bringing to light exactly what kind of impacts even the mere presence of a smartphone can do to our attention span and our ability to solve problems.
Android loyalty numbers are higher than ever in the US, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, although iOS customer retention is not too bad either.
The iPhone X wasn't Apple's best-sold mobile device between October and December 2017 in the US, according to the latest CIRP report.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
Apple is the unsurprising winner of a 2017 J.D. Power smartphone satisfaction award, followed as closely as mathematically possible by Samsung.
Counterfeit Apple chargers and adapters could theoretically pose a fire hazard in around 99 out of 100 cases, according to British safety inspectors.
There's more evidence that cellphone radio waves are carcinogenic, but the control group of rats in this study fared worse than the irradiated ones.
The concept of raising your arm for up to minutes at a time tapping and swiping away at things on a tiny screen might not be appealing to some people. But many Apple Watch owners would do it in a snowstorm without a second thought — it’d probably keep them warm, too. That and other insights have been brought out in a new raft of survey data from Wristly and study data from the University of Stockholm.Datasets
Wristly’s data is based on self-reported answers from 1450 respondents as automatic monitoring or usage logs are hard to come by.
Data from the white [...]
Learn more about a recent study conducted by a developer, which intends to show just how difficult it is to build an Android app when compared to iOS
The world is full of malice, scheming, bugs and hacks. The surface topic that the public has gotten to know this summer was the Stagefright vulnerability on Android, now in a second form that has sadly gotten less attention.
The remedies for these sore points come in the form of patches and software updates that, like a bothersome child or a large public works project left to rot, get shirked off, ignored or shunned altogether. Carriers and OEMs would rather put the arm grease into something new rather than just maintenance. The end user — heck, some of us at Pocketnow — would [...]
A survey just published in peer-reviewed journal BMJ Innovations focuses on nurses’ and doctors’ usage of smartphones in five hospitals at a London NHS Trust. About 98 percent of doctors and 95 percent of nurses [...]
Learn more about some recent studies that show that your data is not safe, even after you factory reset an Android Phone. Buyers beware!
A recent O2 study shows that smartphone owners have at least four more important things to do on their smartphones than to place calls.