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E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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... >>

41% motorists sans handsfree

41% motorists sans handsfree

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Last year on the 27th February 2007, a new act to increase the penalties for using a hand-held phone whilst driving came into force. Exactly 12 months on and drivers are still breaking the law with over 40% of those who use mobile phones whilst driving... >>

YouGov survey shows Brits are sloppy savers

YouGov survey shows Brits are sloppy savers

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A survey has revealed that every day many of us risk losing information and memories that we hold dear. A YouGov survey of over 2000 online adults found that almost one in five of us who own a portable device admit to losing phone numbers and contact... >>

YouGov research shows confusion over iPhone retailers

YouGov research shows confusion over iPhone retailers

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Just days away from the UK launch of Apple's iPhone, YouGov reports that the public continues to show some confusion about where the phone can be bought. Although O2, Carphone Warehouse and Apple stores are the only official places to buy the device,... >>

iPhone is going to face massive cost hurdle in the UK

iPhone is going to face massive cost hurdle in the UK

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Recent YouGov research shows that although there is a "significant" awareness for the iPhone's imminent launch in the UK, the high price is going to be a big hurdle for O2 and Apple to overcome. YouGov, which is monitoring the phone from pre-launch to... >>