Is a Premature Decline of Tablets in Sight?

The tablet brought the promise of a screen-based computing device that would be much easier to carry around and handle than a laptop computer while making relatively small sacrifice in screen size and computing capabilities (e.g., the kinds of software it would be able to operate efficiently). Still, the tablet should provide better display (e.g.,… Read More

Samsung’s Bump in a Rush to Market: Galaxy Fold

The forthcoming new model of Galaxy smartphone with a large (7.3”) foldable screen looks as a brave move by Samsung — it opens new options for consumers in using their smartphones and may lead to new patterns of behaviour. But in a rush to get its solution for a ‘larger-than-ever’ screen of a smartphone —… Read More

Recording Open-Ended Answers in Video

A new capability has been added to consumer and customer surveys in the past few years: Capturing the answers of respondents to open-ended questions in video, recorded in particular by a respondent on his or her mobile phone in selfie-mode. For many users of smartphones it should come as a natural and instinctive way to… Read More