Revenge of Former Smartphone Users | RBDR

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August 22, 2018. Today on RBDR:

A trend may have developed in the UK last year in which smartphone users elect to buy retro-style cell devices without Internet connectivity. They feel they are using their smartphones too much; some are even imposing personal limits on how much they use their smartphones via downloaded apps. This would be a very disturbing trends for research, to say the least.

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Videography Tech Opens the Globe to Ethnography | RBDR

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May 17, 2018. Today on RBDR:

ViewEverywhere.net has a videography research technology that requires only an Android 5 (or better) mobile device and opens the world to inexpensive ethnographic research in a wider variety of situations.

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Measure cell phone emotion. Google debuts “Micro-Moments” of Truth (RBDR 4.15.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Measuring cell phone emotion becoming a possibility? (Article link: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/247372/can-your-phone-measure-emotion.html )
2) Google introduces “Micro-Moments” to earlier “moments of Truth” from P&G, Google and Altimeter Group. 3) Pollsters for Rand Paul and Marco Rubio presidential campaigns.

MR not helping entrepreneurs. SurveyMonkey in Australia. (RBDR 3.26.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) At the annual MRS Conference in London last week, Tom Woodnutt argued that research is not suiting the needs of entrepreneurs–a great irony since entrepreneurs have been so much a part of vendor research growth and innovation during this century. 2) SurveyMonkey is breaking through another of its perceived glass ceilings in its research marketing pitches in Australia to agencies. 3) A Carnegie Mellon University study shows how a dozen very popular Android apps are collecting and distributing users’ locations.