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Millennials want improved mobile streaming experience

Millennials want improved mobile streaming experience

CSG Systems International, a specialist in launching and monetising digital services, has announced results of its market survey, The Future of the Digital Experience: Mobile Edition. This survey evaluated the…

10% US homes likely to cancel fixed broadband

Consumer research from Parks Associates reveals that 10 per cent of US broadband households are likely to cancel their fixed broadband service over the next 12 months. According to 360…

Report: China to dominate live streaming market

Before the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017, Huawei X Labs and China Mobile Research Institute have jointly released the Mobile Video Report: China Trailblazing Mobile Live Video Market. The Report…

Slow broadband top new home annoyance

Slow broadband top new home annoyance

Slow broadband speed at peak-times has been cited as the number one unexpected home-mover bugbear, according to a survey of 3,000 Brits. Indeed, many wouldn’t have moved at all had…

Survey: Majority prefer ISP-provided Wi-Fi gear

Seventy-eight per cent of consumers across the US and UK would prefer if their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provided them with their in-home Wi-Fi networking gear, versus purchasing it themselves,…

Copyright education campaign reaches over 2bn

Copyright education campaign reaches over 2bn

UK pro-copyright consumer education body the Industry Trust for IP Awareness has revealed that its well-established campaign, Moments Worth Paying For, has reached over two billion consumers in six years…

Mobile set to be UK #1 video screen

Mobile set to be UK #1 video screen

The unstoppable rise in mobile usage is fuelling video growth, according to a study from AOL, State of the Industry: Mobile Video Report, which shows an explosion in video viewing…

Research: Just 1 second delay annoys mobile broadband subs

In a research project, Ericsson and Vodafone Germany used neuroscience to understand what mobile broadband subscribers really think about poor network performance. Electroencephalography (EEG) equipment was used to monitor the…

Report: Australian VR market in critical phase

Sales of virtually reality headsets are off to a strong start in Australia with more than 200,000 units sold in 2016, according to a study by emerging technology analyst firm…

29% US consumers get news from social media

29% US consumers get news from social media

Consumer research from market research and consulting company Parks Associates reveals 29 per cent of US broadband households get most of their news from social media platforms such as Facebook…