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Google Inbox Survey: Email Users Curious About New App

Google Inbox Survey: Email Users Curious About New App

Google just introduced a new app called Inbox, which is intended to help users sort out their email accounts. The app works by automatically sorting certain emails into categories and even highlighting important points in some emails. Though there are so many different ways people can communicate now, email still seems to be a common method, and one that can sometimes get a bit overwhelming. So how many people are interested in using Google Inbox?

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Vacation Days Survey: Most Would Take More Vacations if Given the Option

Vacation Days Survey: Most Would Take More Vacations if Given the Option

Billionaire businessman Richard Branson is making headlines thanks to a new policy he enacted at his company’s corporate offices. Now, employees at Branson’s Virgin Group receive unlimited vacation days. And though the concept sounds nice for the employees, some experts have argued that the policy will actually encourage people to work more. What do workers think about the concept of unlimited vacation days?

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Snapchat Ads Survey: New Program Could Lead to Fewer Users

Snapchat Ads Survey: New Program Could Lead to Fewer Users

Snapchat just released its very first advertising program. The disappearing message app has thus far gotten by without displaying any ads, but now the company is trying to increase its revenue. So what do Snapchat users think about this new program? Will Snapchat ads impact the app’s user base at all?

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Early Holiday Shopping Survey: Most Early Shoppers Buying Items Online

Early Holiday Shopping Survey: Most Early Shoppers Buying Items Online

The official start of the holiday shopping season is still several weeks away. But some people choose to get an early start on their gift buying. And each year, it seems like more and more advertisers are trying to target those early shoppers with holiday themed ads. So how effective are these ads? And how many plan to take part in early holiday shopping?

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Mobile Ad Clicks Survey: Consumers More Likely to Click Online Ads

Mobile Ad Clicks Survey: Consumers More Likely to Click Online Ads

Google has had some trouble with its mobile advertising business lately. The search giant hasn’t been able to convince businesses to pay as much for mobile ads as they do for regular online ads. That’s mainly because mobile ad clicks aren’t usually as easy to come by as online ad clicks. So what is the current mobile advertising landscape like? Are consumers more likely to click mobile ads or other types of ads?

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Texting Laws Survey: More Than Half Support Banning Phone Use in Vehicles

Texting Laws Survey: More Than Half Support Banning Phone Use in Vehicles

The majority of states now have laws that ban texting while driving. While these laws and their severity vary by location, the purpose is to prevent distracted driving where possible. So just how effective are these laws in improving road safety? And what types of texting laws do most people support?

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Skype Qik Survey: Current Users Interested in New App Offering

Skype Qik Survey: Current Users Interested in New App Offering

Skype recently announced a new mobile app to go along with its voice and video chat offering. Skype Qik is an app that takes a page from traditional Skype but also from Snapchat. Users can record and send videos to their contacts, then receive video responses in return. But the videos can’t be saved onto the device itself. What do people think about Skype Qik? And how many would be interested in using it?

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Organic Food Survey: Majority Have Been Deterred by Price

Organic Food Survey: Majority Have Been Deterred by Price

Organic food has become more popular in recent years, thanks to growing concerns about health and the environment. But some shoppers still shy away from organic options because of the sometimes increased price that goes along with them. So how many people are interested in organic food and how many actually eat it regularly?

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Amazon Store Survey: Retail Location Shouldn’t Impact Online Sales

Amazon Store Survey: Retail Location Shouldn’t Impact Online Sales

Amazon is reportedly working on opening its first brick-and-mortar retail location in New York City. The online store has become a retail giant over the past several years. But is a high level of brand awareness enough to make a new Amazon store successful? How many people would choose to shop in an Amazon retail location? And would it impact the success of the online store at all?

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Mobile Application Privacy Survey: User Concerns Increasing

Mobile Application Privacy Survey: User Concerns Increasing

As more and more people begin using smartphones and other mobile devices, more mobile applications become part of everyday life. There are apps for nearly every purpose and interest group. But sometimes these apps might go a little too far in terms of violating users’ privacy. Some apps even collect information like photos and contacts from users’ devices. Are attitudes about mobile application privacy changing at all?

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Hands-Free Calling Survey: Users Still Somewhat Distracted by Calls

Hands-Free Calling Survey: Users Still Somewhat Distracted by Calls

In recent years, hands-free calling has become much more prominent. Technology has brought about multiple phone features like voice controls and wireless headsets that allow users to make and receive calls while doing other things. Hands-free calling has become particularly prominent for people while they’re driving, but a new study shows that hands-free calling might not actually be any safer for drivers. What do consumers think about these features?

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Facebook Experiments Survey: Most Users Think Experiments Are Invasive

Facebook Experiments Survey: Most Users Think Experiments Are Invasive

Earlier this year, Facebook angered some of its users when they found out about a social experiment the site performed. The experiment involved altering users’ moods by showing some people mostly negative posts and others mostly positive posts. Since then, the site has apologized for how it handled that situation, but said that it will continue to perform similar experiments to improve the user experience. What do Facebook users think about the site performing experiments with its users?

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Bendgate Survey: Controversy Is Enough to Impact Sales

Bendgate Survey: Controversy Is Enough to Impact Sales

Since the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus several weeks ago, one issue has gained a lot of attention. Some users have noticed that the phone bends when pressure is applied, or even when left in a pants pocket. Since then, some have dubbed the controversy “Bendgate.” So just how much has the Bendgate controversy affected opinions about the iPhone 6?

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Airport Security Survey: Potential New Process Could Mean More Travelers

Airport Security Survey: Potential New Process Could Mean More Travelers

Airport security has gone through a lot of changes over the past several years. Most of these changes have resulted in longer wait times and more hoops to jump through in order to get on a plane. But there’s one potential change in the works that could do the opposite. Scientists are working on a new thermal imaging system called Alfa3 that would only require passengers to walk by the scanner. It’s not a reality yet, but if it does become one it could make air travel much more convenient. How much of an impact could something like this have on passengers?

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Plastic Bags Survey: Half Support New Ban in California

Plastic Bags Survey: Half Support New Ban in California

California just passed the first statewide ban on plastic grocery bags in the US. So now grocery shoppers in the state must either bring their own bags when shopping or pay at least 10 cents for compostable or recycled bags. As environmental concerns continue to grow, more of these bans may be on the way. So what do shoppers think about plastic bags and the ban in California?

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Bitcoin Survey: Virtual Currency Gaining Some Users

Bitcoin Survey: Virtual Currency Gaining Some Users

PayPal announced this week that it will begin accepting payments from customers that use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an internet-based system of currency that isn’t regulated by any government authority or official banking institutions. Though Bitcoin has been around for awhile, this step is likely to have a big impact on its usage. So just how many have used Bitcoin or other virtual currencies? And how many are interested in doing so?

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iPhone 6 Survey: Nearly Half Considering New Devices

iPhone 6 Survey: Nearly Half Considering New Devices

Apple has now sold over 10 million models of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both of the new models are larger and come with a few other new features and options. But the iPhone has been a popular smartphone line for years, so plenty of loyal customers will continue buying new models no matter what. How many are still interested in buying the iPhone 6 models? And how many of them are already loyal iPhone customers?

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Ello Survey: Users Mostly Still Satisfied With Facebook

Ello Survey: Users Mostly Still Satisfied With Facebook

Ello is a new ad-free social networking site that’s built on the premise of being the anti-Facebook. For years, Facebook has dominated the social media world. And in that time it has built up a huge database of user information that it now uses to target advertisements and similar materials. So some users are now looking for a site that won’t collect or use their information in this way. Could Ello fill the void for such a site? Or are users generally happy enough with Facebook to stick with it?

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Alibaba Survey: Nearly Half Have Heard of Online Platform

Alibaba Survey: Nearly Half Have Heard of Online Platform

Alibaba, a global online marketplace for shopping and sourcing, has made headlines lately thanks to its $231 billion IPO. And the company is making some other changes, some of which are aimed at making Alibaba more relevant to customers in the US and other countries. But how likely are American shoppers to do business with a company they probably haven’t dealt with before?

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3D Printing Survey: Awareness, Use for Technology Increasing

3D Printing Survey: Awareness, Use for Technology Increasing

3D printing is still a relatively new concept for many Americans. Consumer 3D printer devices just recently became commercially available. And now the UPS store has even announced plans to make 3D printers available for customer use in stores. So just how many people are interested in using 3D printing? And what do they think about its future?

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Flood Wall Street Survey: Most Concerned About Impact of Corporations

Flood Wall Street Survey: Most Concerned About Impact of Corporations

A new wave of protests has hit New York this week. Flood Wall Street is a movement aimed at calling attention to and stopping the role that large corporations play in the progression of climate change. So what do the majority of Americans think about how businesses impact the environment? And do they think these latest protests will help?

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Apple Pay Survey: Smartphone Users Considering New Payment Method

Apple Pay Survey: Smartphone Users Considering New Payment Method

Apple recently introduced a new digital payment method called Apple Pay. The system would basically allow iPhone users to add their payment information to their phones and then use that instead of credit or debit cards. How many would be interested in using mobile payment methods? And how many are generally interested in Apple Pay?

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Student Loans Survey: More Future Students Plan to Use Loans

Student Loans Survey: More Future Students Plan to Use Loans

The amount of student loan debt in the US is increasing. Currently, about 19% of student loan borrowers owe $50,000 or more. But even though higher education can lead to massive amounts of debt, people still seem to think that a college degree is necessary, and thus worth the cost. So how many people are currently dealing with student loan debt? And how could those numbers grow in the future?

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Phone Upgrades Survey: New Options Not Leading to More Frequent Upgrades

Phone Upgrades Survey: New Options Not Leading to More Frequent Upgrades

Several mobile carriers have released innovative new phone options in recent weeks, including Apple’s long-awaited announcement for its iPhone 6. And with all these new options, there are likely a lot of mobile customers who would like to upgrade from their current model. So just how often do most people upgrade their mobile phones and cell phone contracts?

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Job Market Survey: Outlook, Opinions Not Changing Quickly

Job Market Survey: Outlook, Opinions Not Changing Quickly

The latest numbers on the US job market are in, and they’re pretty encouraging. American now reportedly has nearly 5 million job openings, and the signs point to those numbers continuing to improve. So how do Americans feel about the current job market? And have their opinions changed at all over the past year?

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