Google just published a new research paper that delves into the details of how tablet owners use their devices. Using diaries, in-home interviews and contextual inquiry observations, the company's researchers observed how 33 U.S.
Once you subtract all of the M2M connections and factor out all of the people who don't own mobile devices, the number of devices owned by the typical U.S. wireless user comes to one-and-a-half per person.
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A few years back we created a graphic to highlight the ridiculous patent thicket around smartphones. It really just highlights some, though not all, of the litigation concerning patents related to smartphones.
Long gone are the days when work only happened in front of a PC. Now, it's in your hands, it's on your own time and it's out of the office. We're influenced by our consumer experiences, and it's having an impact on the ...
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