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A Chinese Research Firm Turns the Tables on Apple Claiming that iPhones Appeal to China's 'Invisible Poor' not Middle Class - Patently Apple
- interesting reading. This is more subtle than the data appears. Apple seems to have much more of a secondary market for its refurbed / secondhand handsets that is skewing the data. You have to wonder about the motives of the research company. Apple gets this due to desirability perception
china  consumerbehaviour  apple  analysis 
23 days ago by renaissancechambara
What Chinese women want from men nowadays | HKEJ Insight
when I was in college, and I wanted to be a journalist or writer. [In those days], we could easily attract girls if we could write a poem or play guitar. But now the world has changed. Girls want something else. Women change the way men look at this world.
china  consumerbehaviour 
24 days ago by renaissancechambara
Japanese Mobile Phone Users Distrustful of Profit-Hungry Operators | Nippon.com
- a few interesting aspects of this research. Japanese aren't as convinced about the utility of mobile services as one would have expected and smartphone mastery is really low
japan  consumerbehaviour  wireless  totwitter 
5 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
Palm Is Back With a Tiny Phone That'll Keep You Off Your Phone | Makeuseof
- not convinced its the right form factor or price point, but I think that it's an interesting attempt at innovation in the smartphone sector
wireless  design  consumerbehaviour 
6 weeks ago by renaissancechambara

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