This week I traded in my iPhone 3GS for a Galaxy Nexus and I can report that I'm enjoying every minute of using the new device. I always did like ice cream sandwiches!
However, the most popular mobile device in South Korea these days seems to be the Galaxy Note. Marketwatch reports on an interesting international survey that provides evidence for some of the key reasons that the Note is so popular. If I did not already have a Galaxy Tab, I would have been tempted to go with the Note.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Telegeography has released a report that compares the growth of international phone traffic with that of Skype PC to PC calling. As shown in the accompanying graphic (click to see a full size version, while international phone traffic growth has slowed to the low single digits, TeleGeography projects that cross-border Skype-to-Skype traffic will grow 48 percent in 2011, to approximately 145 billion minutes.
Posted by James Larson at 9:01 AM