New Insights Into Cross-Device Usage | RBDR

May 25, 2017. Today on RBDR:

Verto Analytics’ CEO Hannu Verkasalo shared some of the top highlights of the company’s new Cross Device study about which consumers rely on which devices, what those uses are and cross-device usage by demographics.

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Surveys: move is on to mobile. New FB virtual reality center. (RBDR 01.26.2016)

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1) The incredible research transition underway from PC survey taking to mobile is documented by Lucid’s Patrick Comer.

2) Facebook is opening a Pittsburgh research center to bring to market its Oculus virtual reality platform, what some see as the next big thing in research technology and capability.

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Consumers’ 1st data sales marketplace. Google Glass app shows emotions (RBDR 9/4/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Datacoup may be the world’s first seller of individual’s personal information, which the business buys from 26,000 PC and/or smartphone users each month for as much as $8.00 per participant. 2) Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute in Germany has developed SHORE, an app for Google Glass that spells out for the wearer the emotion of the persons in his/her line of sight. 3) Toyota won a federal court’s ruling to have part of a lawsuit against it by Rincon & Associates thrown out, however it still faces allegations of contract, fraud and trade secret violations.