All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Piper Jaffray’

Teens Have Lost Interest in Facebook Over the Past 6 Months

Is Facebook losing its stranglehold over young social media users? According to some data from an bi-annual survey, the answer is yes. And it’s not that social media in general is losing its cool factor, it’s that other networks like Twitter and even Instagram (owned by Facebook, of course) are stealing Facebook’s mojo. The data comes from Piper Jaffray’s 25th …

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iPhones Are Not Losing Popularity Among Teens

If this is the look of waining popularity, I’m sure Apple is quite content to let it continue. Piper Jaffray’s 25th bi-annual teens and devices survey just came out. And in continuing what has been a trend over the last few surveys, Apple comes out on top. Although Android OS smartphones made some (very) small gains, the iPhone is far …

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Survey: Over 50% of Current Smartphone Shoppers Will Choose the iPhone 5

Well, this bodes well for Apple. A recent survey suggests that the majority of people looking to buy a smartphone in the next three months (read Christmas and beyond) plan on buying the iPhone 5. Plenty of respondents gave plans to buy some sort of phone operating on the Android platform, but the iPhone 5 is the clear star of …

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iPhones Are Still Cool with Teens, Man

Despite attempts from other smartphone manufacturers to paint the iPhone as a boring product that’s more suited for your boring parents than cool, hip you – teens continue to want the Apple phone. How much, you ask? According to Piper Jaffray’s semi-annual survey on teens and their phones, 40% of them own iPhones. While 40% is an impressive figure, considering …

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Teens Still Love iPhones, Says Survey

In the next six months, a lot of things will change. The weather will shift, and fashions will follow accordingly. We’ll all be treated to (and hopefully have our film-lives changed by) highly-anticipated blockbusters like The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers. By the end of that time period, the entire political landscape in the United States may have changed, …

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