Filtered by Tags ConsumerLab and Category Reports
Showing: 1 to 10 of 61 news items
- Smartphone owners expect quantifying and regulating stress will increase life expectancy by two years
- Quantification of such behaviors today starts with wearables. However, those who are very satisfied with their wellness need both style and function: 55 percent say product design is important, while 59 percent buy technology devices to fulfill specific needs
- With 62 percent interested in a microclimate monitor, wellness also entails understanding societal health hazards. Interest in wellness on a personal level may therefore inspire transformation on a societal level
- In urban Maghreb mobile internet penetration is set to double within 2015 while 7 out of 10 new phones are expected to be smartphones
- Internet adoption is driven by the youth showing same usage patterns as in western countries such as UK or the US
- People show a positive attitude towards technology as lever for societal change and expect benefits to extend to sectors such as commerce and public services
- Decision makers and business users agree on the importance of mobility, according to a report from Ericsson ConsumerLab. Seven out of 10 CIOs/CTOs say mobility is business critical.
- The study shows that the demand for high-quality indoor mobile coverage has increased and that it needs to be improved.
- New devices do not replace the old ones. Instead, new connected devices keep getting added to the mix, which means that more devices need to be managed.
- Ericsson ConsumerLab releases report showing consumers are increasingly performing tasks across multiple locations, such as shopping online at work or performing work tasks at home
- People spend most of their time indoors and they therefore want to invest more in improving their indoor connectivity experience
- Globally, consumers use internet services in a similar manner, although the devices used differ
- New research from Ericsson ConsumerLab shows that urbanization stimulates interest in m-commerce services in emerging Asia, such as sending and receiving money via mobile phones
- Family and friends – so-called circles of trust – are vital when it comes to financial matters and will have an impact on how consumers adopt mobile financial services
- Security concerns and convenience will encourage the adoption of cashless payments and m-commerce services