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70% of Brits have heard of the iPad

70% of Brits have heard of the iPad

By 8 February 2010

A large proportion of Brits are aware of the Apple iPad, but aren't entirely certain about the device's feature set, new YouGov research has revealed. An online survey has revealed that 70% of British adults shown an image and provided with a brief description... >>

Majority of Pocket-lint readers still buy CDs

Majority of Pocket-lint readers still buy CDs

By 30 December 2009

Despite the rise of both digital downloads - now thankfully mostly DRM-free - and free music streaming services, it seems the humble CD still has life in it yet. In a recent Pocket-lint poll we asked our readers if they still bought the physical format.... >>

Sony says size doesn't matter so much in Europe

Sony says size doesn't matter so much in Europe

By 29 December 2009

Independent survey results released by Sony show that 64% of Europeans are planning on staying in and entertaining at home over the Christmas period this year, rather than splurging money on going out. "That means the television will be playing a vital... >>

E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

By 7 September 2009

UK users have given e-book readers the thumbs up in a recent YouGov survey, but are dissatisfied with the current content available. The new research, "The E-Reader Experience", reveals that clarity of screen, physical size and weight and build quality... >>

Is the Twitter tide turning?

Is the Twitter tide turning?

By 17 July 2009

Twitter's current popularity is in no doubt, and it's undoubtedly an exciting medium for both news and more general communication, but recent Pocket-lint reader survey results suggest it's not as essential as some may suggest. Although most press on the... >>

77% of Pocket-lint readers say under 10s shouldn't have phones

77% of Pocket-lint readers say under 10s shouldn't have phones

By 3 July 2009

Turns out that you lot aren't too keen on the idea of kids having phones. Maybe it's due to noisy encounters on the top deck of buses, or fears of happy-slapping, but 77% of you say that under-10s shouldn't be allowed mobile phones. The arguments against... >>

68% say no to 2-year phone contracts

68% say no to 2-year phone contracts

By 24 June 2009

Pocket-lint readers aren't convinced by the growing need to sign up to 24-month phone contracts in order to secure the latest mobile, a recent reader poll has revealed, with 68% saying they are not prepared to commit that long. As consumer-aimed phones... >>

75% Pocket-lint readers say iPhone 3G S "too expensive"

75% Pocket-lint readers say iPhone 3G S "too expensive"

By 11 June 2009

As the iPhone 3G S goes on pre-order, and its retail debut in the UK is just a over a week away, it seems the majority of Pocket-lint readers are put off by the new handset's price. Pocket-lint recently revealed the cheapest way to get the high-end iPhone... >>

Pocket-lint readers say no prison for Pirate Bay four

Pocket-lint readers say no prison for Pirate Bay four

By 24 April 2009

The majority of Pocket-lint readers have shown their support for The Pirate Bay four. In our recent poll we asked if you agreed with Frederik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, Carl Lundstrom and Peter Sunde's 1-year jail term for breaking copyright law.... >>

Pocket-lint readers not tempted by 24-month iPhone deals

Pocket-lint readers not tempted by 24-month iPhone deals

By 27 March 2009

O2 is going to have to try harder to tempt Pocket-lint readers into splashing out for an iPhone, a recent poll has revealed. In our latest site poll we asked the over a million-strong Pocket-lint readership, "Does the 24-month iPhone tariff tempt you?"... >>