A small survey may reveal that tablets may not be used as often in Japan as perceived to be.
Young children using tablets and smartphones has been a long standing issue today, and Japan is no exception to this.
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A small sample research done by Lookout Inc. Japan reveals that at least one out of five people in Japan have experienced losing their smartphones.
According to a survey conducted by GfK Japan, at least one out of four people still use feature phones as their primary mobile device today.
I’ve just received news from Logitech – the company published the results of their survey, with quite an interesting topic. As it turns out, it seems that 91% of families in Europe argue about the control of the TV remote. 72% of the people involved in this survey ended in a argument, 12% threw away the remove, and 7% ended up in physical confrontation, most known as “the fight club”. Seeing these results made me laugh, since regardless of where I lived in Europe, that being Zagreb/Sisak in Croatia, Duesseldorf in Germany or London in UK, my friends were always saying that Americans are “couch