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A survey/focus group conducted by OpenWave shows that the teens don’t want someone else’s music and ring tone on their phone. It’s “obnoxious.” Other findings of the survey show that folks, mostly teens have a serious concerns about the quality of the audio and video technology […]

A survey/focus group conducted by OpenWave shows that the teens don’t want someone else’s music and ring tone on their phone. It’s “obnoxious.” Other findings of the survey show that folks, mostly teens have a serious concerns about the quality of the audio and video technology and the appropriateness of those technologies on a wireless phone, i.e. the small size of the screen for video and picture services. Video clips, however are what everyone wants. teens want a video library with downloads of video clips of celebrities and cartoons like Sponge Bob. Grown-ups want video infotainment might (weather, traffic, news, etc.) This should worry all those handset makers that are cramming features into phones, betting that consumers really want them.

  1. Teens Want Video Clips on Cellphones

    Om Malik at GigaOm posted a summary of a survey/focus group conducted by OpenWave in which “teens have a serious concerns about the quality of the audio and video technology and the appropriateness of those technologies on a wireless phone,…

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  2. Teens Want Video Clips on Cell Phones

    Teens want a video library with downloads of video clips of celebrities and cartoons like Sponge Bob.”

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  3. Sponge Bob erobert das Handy

    Bei Teenagern ¸ber die Masse beliebt ist , der hierzulande auch Schwammkopf genannt wird (nomen es omen). Neben T-Shirts und sonstigem Merchandisingkram is…

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