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Four in ten choose internet over television

Four in ten choose internet over television

By 28 October 2009

Four in ten UK internet users would hand over their TV if they had to choose between that and their internet connection, in what's being said is a sign that the Internet has become "an integral part of life today". The stats, from research agency, GfK... >>

32 million consoles sold in the UK in the last decade

32 million consoles sold in the UK in the last decade

By 23 April 2009

The UK has splashed out for a whopping 32 million games consoles as of January 2009, states stats company Gfk Chart Track. The figure is the combined UK lifetime sales of the PS2, DS, PSP, Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii consoles, but does not take into account... >>

Nintendo DSi sells 92,000 in 2 days

Nintendo DSi sells 92,000 in 2 days

By 8 April 2009

Nintendo's launch of its new DSi handheld gaming console has been deemed a success in the UK. The revamped dual-screen device went on sale in the UK on Friday 3 April and GfK Chart-Track has now revealed sales stats to Pocket-lint. GfK Chart-Track recorded... >>

Pure says in-car DAB demand high

Pure says in-car DAB demand high

By 5 February 2009

Pure has announced that its "Highway" product, an in-car DAB adaptor, was the second best selling car audio product overall in 2008. Citing data from Gfk, Pure says the little gizmo "transformed" the 2008 in-car DAB market by increasing it by over 300%... >>

New data shows we all want bigger televisions

New data shows we all want bigger televisions

By 24 December 2007

We all want bigger televisions if new data from market research firm Gfk commissioned by Sharp is to be believed. According to data captured in October, Gfk says that sales of flat screen televisions have risen by 182% year-on-year as more and more people... >>

New research shows shoppers happy to spend big online

New research shows shoppers happy to spend big online

By 25 May 2006

New research has been released that shows people are happier to spend more money online than in the high street. The results published by Gfk found that consumers appear more likely to purchase high spec items on the Internet, in the knowledge that they... >>

Digital camera sales up as film sales drop drastically

By 31 March 2006

Got a digital camera sitting at home? Then chances are you aren't alone according to new figures out today from market research company GfK. According to the report, the digital camera market has grown by 13% in the last year while sales in film cameras... >>