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Rogers Reveals: Top Technology Trends

Vallh ROGERS REVEALS TOP TECHNOLOGY TRENDS Shrinking laptops, TV on any device and smartphone apps that do everything from paying for groceries to turning up the heat on the way home - a few predictions Canadian smartphone and tablet users have for where technology is heading. ROGERS INNOVATION REPORT reveals top technology trends for 2012. SAY GOODBYE TO SHOULDER PAIN Canadians predicting the end of the heavy bag as movies, music, files and books go virtual 85% think laptop computers will continue to get smaller and lighter and will be able to fit in your handbag. 81% think they will travel lighter as files; documents, music, videos and other content is available to them virtually. 69% think Ultra-Books will make their lives better. ONE DEVICE TO RULE THEM ALL 82% believe we will use one device to control anything inside and outside our homes – such as the heat, lights and security system. )) 71% believe that home automation from a connected device would make their lives better. SMOOTHER BUTTS ON THE HORIZON 61% 79% 43% feel that the mobile wallet will make their lives better. expect to make more purchases with their smartphones. feel that the traditional wallet will be replaced over the next few years. TILL DEATH DO US PART 85% of smartphone users are dependent on their phones. 39% either sleep with their cell phone in bed or on the nightstand. 22% say they wouldn't live without it or would be 23% have an urge to use them in the bathroom. lost without it. BOOKS ARE HERE TO STAY FASTER CONNECTIONS IN THE CLOUD feel that cloud computing will make their lives better. 73% 86% Canadians still believe in printed books, with just 37% believing that e-readers will replace printed books. say faster mobile network speeds on mobile devices will improve their lives. OVERALL Canadians are excited about technology advancements and hopeful that new technologies will make life's chores simpler and everyday tasks more efficient. CABLE WIRELESS ROGERS INNOVATION REPORT TM VISIONCRITICAL SORTS NERNET

Rogers Reveals: Top Technology Trends

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As the year comes to a close, we focused our first edition of the Rogers Innovation Report on technology predictions for 2012. We asked Canadian smartphone and tablet users if technology makes their l...




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