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Third of Brits don't care about 4G – YouGov poll

Third of Brits don't care about 4G – YouGov poll

By 11 July 2013

EE has had its 4G network operational for over eight months now and the majority of the other big mobile phone carriers are gearing up to release their superfast data services. But a recent survey indicates that one in three mobile phone owners don't... >>

Kindle and iPad dominated Christmas stockings

Kindle and iPad dominated Christmas stockings

By 4 January 2012

It seems that the UK had itself a merry Kindle Christmas, with Amazon's massively successful ebook reader being the most gifted tech-based product. A staggering one in every 40 adults in Britain woke up to find an ebook reader under the tree on Christmas... >>

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... >>

UK Twitter users profiled

UK Twitter users profiled

By 19 November 2009

A study into Britain's Twitter users has yielded some interesting results enabling a general profile of the average user to be revealed. Here in the UK there are around 5.5 million people that use the micro-blogging service and it seems a typical user... >>

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... >>

BT survey says teamwork is victim of recession

BT survey says teamwork is victim of recession

By 24 March 2009

A BT Business survey has shown that teamwork is another victim of the current economic climate. UK workers are apparently showing a "natural reaction to protect their own jobs in the downturn", according to YouGov research involving over 3700 workers.... >>

British parents want games regulated

British parents want games regulated

By 27 February 2009

Three quarters of British parents are concerned about the content of video games and want independent regulation of their content, according to a new YouGov poll carried out on behalf of the British Board of Film Classification. The poll is timely as... >>

Orange tops survey for mobile broadband

Orange tops survey for mobile broadband

By 1 December 2008

Orange is trumpeting its position as number one in "customer experience" in the mobile broadband market according to YouGov research. YouGov's report reveals that Orange has improved its customer satisfaction ratings, with emphasis said to be on network... >>

YouGov survey on wonders of wireless

YouGov survey on wonders of wireless

By 16 July 2008

Over half of us surfing the Internet in the UK now have wireless home networking. Linksys, which is a division of Cisco, has revealed the results of a YouGov survey about the state of wireless home networking in the UK. It states that 59% of broadband... >>

More than half of us watch on-demand TV

More than half of us watch on-demand TV

By 21 May 2008

On-demand TV and internet TV are gathering more and more fans in the UK. According to research by Redback Networks, which is owned by Ericsson, 57% of UK residents watch around 10 hours of either on-demand TV or pre-recorded TV each week. In a survey... >>


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