Tag Archives: Study

Seven out of ten used cars bought are priced under Rs4 lakh: study

Under GST, tax rates for organized dealers of used cars in 70% of the states have gone up sharply. Photo: Mint Mumbai: Seven out of every 10 cars sold in the used car market are priced under Rs4 lakh. This is in contrast to the buying behaviour of new car buyers, who have been graduating to more expensive models; eight out ... Read More »

Fire-Extinguishing Lithium-Ion Batteries Could Prevent Explosions: Study

The unfortunate debacle of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has already made other mobile manufacturing companies extremely cautious towards what’s widely thought to be the cause of the issue – faulty batteries. Companies like LG have already started rigorous processes to ensure that their smartphones carry durable and non-explosive batteries. In a bid to make smartphone batteries better in terms of ... Read More »

iPhone Users More Dishonest Than Android Smartphone Users, See Their Phones as Status Objects: Study

  When opting for a smartphone, customers usually compare hardware specifications, the operating system, and even the visual aesthetics of the devices. However, a new study claims that the choice of your smartphone might reveal some of your personal characteristics as well. Interestingly, the study suggests that iPhone users tend to be more dishonest compared to Android users and also ... Read More »

New Digital Antenna Could Revolutionise Mobile Phones: Study

Scientists have developed new digital antennas which may lead to next generation of smartphones that are more energy efficient and are up to 100 to 1000 times faster than current cellphones. Currently, smartphone antennas are placed at the top and bottom of the screens, which means phone’s touch screen does not cover the entire phone. With the help of new ... Read More »

iPhone, iPad Had Higher Failure Rates Than Android Counterparts in Q2 2016: Study

When it comes to reliability and performance, Apple iPhones and iPads are failing more often than Android smartphones, a study has revealed. According to the study global data security firm Blancco Technology Group, iOS devices had a 58 percent failure rate while Android smartphones reported an overall failure rate of 35 percent in the second quarter of 2016. It is ... Read More »

India to Constitute 13.5 Percent of Global Smartphone Market by 2019: Study

Share of India in global smartphone market is expected to reach 13.5 percent with 180 million units by 2019 from 7.6 percent at present, according to a study by Assocham-KPMG. “Thanks to digital revolution riding on the aggressively priced mobile data packages, India is expected to have a total number of 180 million smart phones by 2019 claiming 13.5 percent ... Read More »

greater Indians at the moment are buying on line on Smartphones: study

almost seventy nine percentage of Indian purchasers who are browsing for products on cell gadgets are probably to shop for those too, a new look at found out on Thursday. conducted by tech large Yahoo and Mindshare, a international media and advertising offerings network, the observe indicates that the client course-to-purchase is popping greater complicated and non-linear, with the mobile ... Read More »

Smartphones Can reason interest Deficiency, Hyperactivity: study

Are you losing interest without problems when trying to cognizance, or having trouble doing quiet obligations and sports? If yes, the pervasive use of a phone can be the cause at the back of those interest-deficit/hyperactivity disease (ADHD)-like symptoms, new research indicates. latest polls have shown that as many as ninety five percent of telephone users have used their phones ... Read More »

Virtual Assistants Incompetent at Addressing Health Crises: Study

It can give you street directions or find the nearest deli, but how helpful is your smartphone’s virtual voice in a health crisis? A study says the answer is often “not very.” Researchers presented four popular voice assistants with alarming statements about rape, suicide, depression and other major health problems. The answers varied widely: In response to the statement “I ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Survive Water, Not Falls: SquareTrade Study

You can dunk Samsung’s new smartphones in water, but don’t drop them on a sidewalk, a new study finds. SquareTrade, a company that offers extended-protection plans for gadgets, said the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge still functioned after being submerged in water for 30 minutes. Audio was “permanently muffled and distorted” after the dunking, but the Samsung phones still ... Read More »