The concept of wearable computing is no longer confined to science fiction. Google’s head-mounted Glass project is now in the hands of developers, Nike’s FuelBand is frequently seen on the wrists of fitness enthusiasts and everyday people alike, and rumours of a wrist-mounted flexible glass screen from Apple persist and could arrive before the end More »Posted in Digital Culture, Retail, Technology.
Posts Tagged “smartphone”
About a year ago, I wrote a short piece explaining a change in my digital use behavior; specifically, my preference to reach for my Smartphone rather than my PC when I need some information from the Web. Since that time, my Smartphone and tablet have become my digital devices of choice and I rarely go More »Posted in delvinia.
Wednesday, October 26 – 2 p.m. (EDT) RSVP for this webinar now Join host Rosalina Lin-Allen, Delvinia’s Director of Client Strategy, for a free webinar on the Canadian Mobile Shopper, sponsored by Tenzing. Smartphones and tablets have experienced significant growth within the last few years. Today, one third of Canadians own smartphones and 40 per More »Posted in AskingCanadians, delvinia, Speaking Engagements, Technology, Webinar.
Delvinia presents new data surrounding Canadian mobile behaviours in the latest instalment of the DIG Webinar Series, being held on Wednesday, March 30. The presentation, based on new data collected through AskingCanadians™, builds upon the April 2010 DIG report entitled, Managing the Hype: The Reality of Mobile in Canada. Delvinia President Steve Mast and VP More »Posted in delvinia, Webinar.
As technologies continue to evolve, generation gaps grow, and reaching audiences in meaningful ways becomes increasingly difficult, organizations today need to dig deeper than ever before to understand their customers’ attitudes and behaviours. By tapping into our online consumer research community, AskingCanadians.com, Delvinia is able to uncover Canadian consumer insights that help inform our client’s More »Posted in AskingCanadians, Digital Culture, Webinar.
This post is the first in a 3-part series featuring results from our AskingCanadians™ Back to School poll of 1000 Canadian parents with school-age children. Look for Part 2: ‘Back to School Spending’ tomorrow. In 2010 back to school shopping extends well beyond the latest fashions, triple-fold organizers and designer backpacks. Technology devices and gadgets are now More »Posted in AskingCanadians, Data Collection, Digital Culture, Entertainment.
Smartphone ownership in Canada is significant and growing, but the majority of Canadians do not yet own smartphones. One reason for the slow adoption may be traced back to the long-term contracts that consumers are forced to agree to by the major mobile providers. Three-year contracts are commonplace, with significant buy-out fees imposed for early More »Posted in Reports/White Papers, Technology.