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Smartphone Usage Reaches To An Alarming Level Addiction [REPORT]

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It's estimated that by the end of 2017, over 2.4 billion mobile phone users worldwide would be using smartphones, and the figure will further go high to 6.1 billion by 2020. With the growing number of smartphone users worldwide, the industry is witnessing another trend, rather worrying, that has reached an alarming level now.According to the latest study, done...

The Startling Growth of Used Smartphone Market: Is Apple Targeting The Low End?

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As the smartphone industry heads into maturity, we find that the lucrative industry has helped develop several markets around the device that we spend most of our daily time on. In the past, we have looked in depth at the app ecosystems, the mobile ad industry and even, the up and coming IoT markets that have been made possible...

The Paid Mobile App Market In India Is Estimated To Exceed US$240 Million In 2015 [REPORT]

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India’s telecom and Internet market have been growing phenomenally for the last few years, especially with the introduction of low-cost smartphones and 3G/4G network. This has led to many Indians accessing data services on smartphones as well as on other low-cost mobile devices. Consequently, the increasing penetration of smartphones, tablets, and mobile internet has triggered an app revolution in...

87% Companies Use Social Business To Spur Innovation: Moving Beyond The Social Entrepreneurship

The fledging domain of social business is gradually expanding its roots in the recent times and is drawing an increased attention from almost every sector. Lately we’ve been discussing loads on the increased spendings of the marketers on the social ads all across the globe. But these dispensers are now not only restricted on this social pulpit for promoting and...

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YouTube Should Have Bid Adieu To Dislike Button Much Earlier?

Online video sharing platform YouTube can be a ruthless place for content creators targeted by 'dislike mobs'. And the site owners totally understand that...