Posts Tagged ‘smartphones‘
Heck, we’ve had electricity for well over a century now, flushing toilets for nearly two and we’ve still not got that sort of market penetration of either of them. Smartphones are actually spreading faster than the Black Death did…. Tim Worstall, on the Ericsson report
Link: In Five Years, Most Africans Will Have Smartphones | TechCrunch sub-Saharan Africa is much wealthier than it was ten years ago. As The Economist points out, most of the world’s ten fastest-growing economies both to and since 2010 lie south of the Sahara. October
Are Smart Phones Spreading Faster than Any Technology in Human History? – Michael DeGusta via Technology Review
Link: Are Smart Phones Spreading Faster than Any Technology in Human History? – Michael DeGusta via Technology Review stoweboyd: Michael DeGusta via Technology Review […] smart phones, after a relatively fast start, have also outpaced nearly any comparable technology in the leap to mainstream use.
Canoe — the cable industry consortium intended to develop a comprehensive interactive Ads system — has shut down part of its business and laid off 120. Canoe Ventures Ends Its Interactive TV Commercials Business – Jeanine Poggi via Advertising Age Canoe was formed in 2008
Survey: New U.S. Smartphone Growth by Age and Income | Nielsen Wire While overall smartphone penetration stood at 48 percent in January, those in the 24-34 age group showed the greatest proportion of smartphone ownership, with 66 percent saying they had a smartphone. In the