According to a ConsumerLab study: Almost half of Estonian pupils use school computers for leisure activities. Many pupils also bring their own mobile phones and tablets to school to use for study purposes. This bring-your-own-device behavior blurs the boundary between leisure and school work.
Megacities may be congested and complex but they are also among the planet’s most exciting places to live. They have proven effective in stimulating creativity, innovation and economic development; factors that often lead to improved quality of life.
This is Ericsson's Annual Report 2012, presenting facts about the company, its financial performance, and its market.
Personal information is known as the “oil” of the 21st century. The digital and mobile revolution has brought possibilities to monetize personal information to develop new personalized services and to create new revenue streams. A new report from Ericsson ConsumerLab shows that consumer awareness of how their information is being shared is still low but anonymous big data is rarely perceived as a big issue.
The latest interim update to the Ericsson Mobility Report highlights the continued rapid growth of connectivity.
New findings from Ericsson ConsumerLab have underlined the crucial role of good connectivity and network quality in smartphone user experience and operator loyalty.
Ericsson ConsumerLab has identified some of the most important consumer trends for the coming year.
Among the many issues facing cities worldwide today, traffic and commuting are regularly the most problematic and intractable. At the city level, traffic congestion and commuting inefficiencies place a strain on urban infrastructure, increase pollution and environmental degradation and lead to loss of resources, time and productivity. On a personal level, commuting has been identified as one of the most unpleasant urban experiences, often associated with very high levels of stress. In a new report The New Cities Foundation together with Ericsson evaluates these issues from a ICT perspective.