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Facts on Phones

Cell Phone Charging Stations For Bars

September 7, 2016 | By |


VIDEO ABOVE: Cell Phone Charging Stations for Bars

If your bar or restaurant does not provide cell phone charging for customers then you are missing out on a lot of benefits. With the growing need for a smartphone without a dead battery, consider getting a charging solution for the following advantages: Read More

6 Things People Do That Ruin Their Phones

August 31, 2016 | By |

You may not be aware of certain practices that could be ruining your phone’s battery life and overall performance. Here are a few that we see more often than we’d like:

1. Charging It With Different Chargers

Do you remember the charger that came with your phone? That’s the one you should be using to charge it. Not that one that came with your friend’s phone that you plugged your charging cable into. Using any charger that isn’t specifically made for your phone can harm your battery since that exact electrical specifications don’t match yours. Read More

Veloxity Report: Top 5 Cell Phone Friendly US Airports

December 21, 2015 | By |

Frequent travelers know that at some US airports it sometimes still requires finding a sweet spot or leaning against a window to make a phone call, check email, send a text, use social media and charge your cell phone, or any mobile device.

Cell phone connectivity and charging options at some US airports can be a hassle. Read More

Durex: Smartphones are Killing Your Sex Life

May 22, 2015 | By |

Durex suggests that smartphones are distracting couples from focusing on their sex lives.

Sometimes no technology is the best technology of all. That’s the message in Durex’s “#Connect” video ad, in which couples are introduced to a new electronic development that could improve their sex lives. The excited lovers wait to find out about the new smartphone app that will spice up the bedroom – only to find out it’s the ‘off’ button. Read More

Majority of Mobile Transactions Now Made on Smartphones

May 6, 2015 | By |

Smartphones have surpassed tablets as the mobile device most used to make mobile transactions.

According to a recent Criteo study, mobile commerce in America is experiencing massive growth rates, with a 10% increase in mobile transactions in the last three months alone. The booming rate of e-commerce growth on the whole is due largely to the view that shoppers are more at ease using their smartphones to order goods than ever before. Read More

Smartphones Taking More Mobile Device Market Share Than Tablets

April 23, 2015 | By |

The tablet craze is losing steam as smartphones take more mobile device market share than tablets in 2014 and 2015.

After nearly five years of growth, the tablet market has officially stalled. According to research firm IDC, tablet sales fell 3.2% year over year in the 2014 holiday quarter, with even bigger drops coming from market leaders Apple and Samsung. Read More

US Cell Phone Statistics and Facts (Smartphones, Smart Watches, Tablets)

January 16, 2015 | By |

Much like other consumer products, cell phones have an array of statistics based on usage, manufacturer, price, etc. Here’s to some of the most interesting US cell phone statistics and facts:

According to PewResearch, as of February 2014:

  • 90% of American adults have a cell phone
  • 28% of American adults own a smart watch
  • 42% of American Adults own tablet

Some say, that cell phones have become an epidemic and to a certain extent, that claim is correct. 67% of cell phone owners find themselves checking their phone for messages, alerts, or calls — even when they don’t notice their phone ringing or vibrating. Read More

How Dirty Are Cell Phones? Statistics Show Devices Contain 25,000 Germs

It’s a well-known fact that cell phones are dirty objects, but just how dirty are they? Cell phone statistics show that each square inch contains roughly 25,000 germs, making it one of the filthiest things you come in contact with on a daily basis. That’s something to think about the next time you press your face to your phone. Read More

How Cellphones Can Affect Your Sleep

As an alarm clock, a sleep-cycle tracker, or simply a source of information, mobile phones are used from dawn to dusk; literally from when users begin their day to the moments before they hit the sack. According to a 2012 Time Mobility & Qualcomm poll, about three quarters of mobile users between the ages of 18 to 44 fall asleep with their phones within reach; close to 85 percent of respondents within the same age groups fall asleep with their phones somewhere in their room. Read More