TRENDS IN TV BUYING, ONLINE BUSINESS MEETINGS AND BANKING

  • According to an ABI Research survey, 42% of respondents had no interest in buying a 3DTV. Neither do we.
  •  In a Harris survey of 2,500 Americans, women were more likely than men to want online business meetings. They said it saved transportation costs, saved time, and was less nerve-racking. We like TeamViewer for video conferencing or screen sharing. We just read about one for doctors called “StratusVideo.” It lets a doctor call in a specialist from the Mayo Clinic or elsewhere.
  • Many consumers feel online banking is “Russian roulette,” but they do it anyway. Bob hates it, and so do 51 percent of women surveyed for this study. Around 40 percent of men didn’t like it. Fifty-three percent of men and women know someone who has experienced credit card fraud. These figures come from Entersekt, a mobile security company, and OnePoll, a survey firm.

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