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New Intel Survey Finds People Are Excited about the Future 5G Enables Despite Knowledge Gap

Intel Newsroom – 12.7.18 (12.6.18)

Americans are excited about the future of 5G-enabled entertainment and are willing to pay more, but there is still much the industry needs to do to create anticipation and close the 5G knowledge gap, a new study from Intel says.

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Platform Trends with Millennials: It’s a Small World After All

VidMob Blog – 11.13.18 (11.9.18)

Brands like Netflix didn’t explode into the global platform they are today without a little (digital) help. The same social platforms that changed a marketer’s access to audiences all over the world has also fostered the growth of global trends.

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New TiVo White Paper: A Roadmap for Navigating Content Chaos 

TiVo Blog – 11.1.18 (10.31.18)

TiVo recently released a white paper based on findings from the Q3 2018 consumer survey conducted by Ampere Analysis. Comprising 26,000 individual respondents and covering 12 mature global markets, the survey analyzed pay-TV, SVOD and voice control device usage. Navigating Content Chaos: A Roadmap for Pay-TV Operators presents survey results and makes the case for better serving consumers with next-gen user experiences to compete in the OTT world.

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Dual Cameras and Selfies Still Rule, but Survey Shows Other Features Figure More Than Expected in Choosing a Smartphone

The Imaging Alliance Blog – 10.17.18

MediaTek today announced the results of a survey it conducted with Qualtrics measuring the most popular camera features in smartphones according to U.S. consumers. The survey results highlight the popularity of dual cameras, portrait mode, HDR and other premium smartphone features that have become more accessible to mid-market consumers over the past few years. The results also showcase how AI-driven features like face beautification and augmented reality (AR) stickers are used regularly, particularly by younger consumers, to enhance users’ photos and videos.

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Motorola Study Shows Alarming Results That Confirm Need for Better Phone-Life Balance

Motorola Blog – 2.22.18 (2.21.18)

When does time with our smartphone become more important than time with our parents, spouse, children, and friends? And how will we know when we’ve crossed the line into problematic behavior?

Read more: Motorola Study Shows Alarming Results That Confirm Need for Better Phone-Life Balance

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