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Match.com published the results of their yearly singles survey, and some of the 200 questions they directed at the 5000 singles related to mobile phones.
They found 49% of iPhone singles went on at least one first date in 2012. Next up were Windows Phone users, 46% of whom had first-dated; for Android users, it was 44%. BlackBerry owners were the least likely to have been on a first date that year; only 42% of them had done it. Lastly only 27% of feature phone users had gone on a first date that year, while only 18% of those without a phone only went on first dates in 2012.
The survey confirms that while flashing an iPhone will help you pick up a date at a bar, a Nokia Lumia 920 is not far behind, while that Samsung Galaxy Ace may not say too many nice things about you
Read more about the survey, which at least Match.com takes rather seriously, at their blog here.
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There has been a growing rich tradition in Microsoft and Google taking pot-shots at each other. With all the current efforts by Google to scale back API’s and bridges allowing their services to function easily on Windows 8 and Windows Phone, their latest effort is disguised in an April Fool’s Day video. Of course, with “Gmail Blue” – Microsoft are front and centre in their sights. Just watch this video and take note of the finishing line. Very funny.
and here’s once of Microsoft’s better efforts from a year or two back…