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Are Millennials Addicted to Smartphones? [INFOGRAPHICS]

Are Millennials Addicted to Smartphones? [INFOGRAPHICS] | Location-aware mobile technologies | Scoop.it
The legends of tomorrow are in their infancy today. Will you be one of them? Or are you twiddling your thumbs on your smartphone instead? Folks like to hate on Generation X for being the "slacker" ...
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Apple announces iOS 7: A major redesign, focused on simplicity

Apple announces iOS 7: A major redesign, focused on simplicity | Location-aware mobile technologies | Scoop.it
Apple devices are set to get a new version of iOS. At the company's Worldwide Developer Conference, iOS 7 was announced to the world. It's being called "the biggest change to iOS ...

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Darlene Clapham K12's curator insight, June 11, 2013 9:58 AM

Looking forward to upgrading to iOS7 this Fall!

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Are Millennials Addicted to Smartphones? [INFOGRAPHICS]

Are Millennials Addicted to Smartphones? [INFOGRAPHICS] | Location-aware mobile technologies | Scoop.it
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Google Is Learning How Smartphones Impact In-Store Shopping

Google Is Learning How Smartphones Impact In-Store Shopping | Location-aware mobile technologies | Scoop.it

Shopping Smartphones allow us to answer our own product questions about options, specs and, of course, price while we’re out shopping. And Google is trying to figure out what that means for marketing and purchase decisions. Seventy-nine percent of smartphone owners are what Google calls “smartphone shoppers,” meaning that they use their smartphones at least once a month in stores. That’s a lot of people. If there are 130 million smartphone users in the U.S., then about 111 million Americans use their smartphones to prepare for shopping or to look things up while there. It’s not surprising that Google wants to get in all those heads and see what’s going on. There’s money there!... The most surprising finding was probably that people who consistently use their smartphones as part of their shopping spend 25% more than people who only use their smartphones for shopping occasionally....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 4, 2013 6:23 PM

Some surprising results from this consumer research study. Valuable to know that frequent smartphone "shoppers" spend 25% more than average but the trick is to find the ways to reach and convert these uber-shoppers.