A new study reveals that tablet owners (people with iPads, Nooks, Kindle Fires, and such) spend 48% more time online than other people. Whereas the average Internet users spends just under 3 hours online daily, tablet owners spend 4 hours and 19 minutes online each day.
Pew Research recently found out that local newspapers are still the leading source for people to get their local news. 25% of respondents to the survey rely most on newspaper whereas 17% said they rely most on the Internet. Local television came in at 12%. Most interesting, perhaps, is that 69% of Americans said that if newspapers went away it would not have a major impact in their ability to get local news.
With the release of the new iPhone 4S last week, Apple announced today that they sold 4 million units in the first three days! According to a Retrevo.com survey released prior to the new iPhone going on sale last Friday, 44% of iPhone 3/3GS owners, 42% were iPhone 4 owners, 12% of Android owners, and 24% of Blackberry owners were going to switch to the new iPhone.