The mobile device type you carry impacts your ability to problem solve

A new study indicates that the type of smartphone you has actually changes the way you think. The Computers in Human Behavior journal recently published a study about the impact of mobile device type on the way people think. It showed that people actually think differently when they have a touchscreen smartphone in their hands when compared to how they would think while using a keyboard and mouse. The research found that people’s problem solving skills change depending on the device they’re using. People using a computer with a keyboard…

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M-commerce used mostly for research not purchasing

M-Commerce growth

Adults in the United Kingdom use their mobile devices for research but use computers to buy. As a result of m-commerce security concerns, adults in the United Kingdom are still using their mobile devices to research products, but when it comes to making the actual purchase, they are still opting to use their desktops and laptops to buy the items that they choose. This is the case among one quarter of adults in the U.K., as they have yet to trust mobile. The study was conducted on behalf of BSS…

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