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Intel-iquette: Intel Releases Mobile Etiquette Report

Intel-iquette: Intel Releases Mobile Etiquette ReportAuthor: Eric EversonPerhaps you too get annoyed with movie goers that constantly check and text through the film. It’s a dark theater and that bright screen certainly presents a distraction, so this mobile etiquette report by Intel certainly hits close to home for many of us.

Intel-iquette: Intel Releases Mobile Etiquette Report Author: Eric Everson

Perhaps you too get annoyed with movie goers that constantly check and text through the film. It’s a dark theater and that bright screen certainly presents a distraction, so this mobile etiquette report by Intel certainly hits close to home for many of us.

As CNBC Correspondent Julia Boorstin, notes, “The chip giant commissioned a "Holiday Mobile Etiquette," hiring Harris Interactive to conduct a carefully weighted poll of 2,625 adults to better understand how people use technology, so it can better create and adapt its products to serve the fast-changing consumer.”

What does this report suggest about the future of wireless? Considering that it was commissioned by a chip manufacturer and not an exclusive wireless handset manufacturer, I think it speaks volumes to where this company is positioning its chips for the future. Can we look for the Dell-Intel partnership to carry over into wireless? I sure hope so!

While I can’t help but look toward the future, this report begs the question, what mobile etiquette (or lack there of) drives you crazy? Cheers,

Eric Everson – "The MobileTech"

Eric Everson is a leading mobile technologies analyst and is the founder of MyMobiSafe.com. If you would like to contact Eric Everson for interview or with research related inquiries contact him directly at EricEverson@Hotmail.com.

Ref: http://www.cnbc.com/id/33379536

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