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Dallas Top City For Smartphone, Tablet Use
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mak63
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mak63,
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10/28/2013 | 7:34:15 PM
re: Dallas Top City For Smartphone, Tablet Use
I'm surprised that only 7% shops while their spouse is talking. Funerals? Really? I wonder what they are shopping for. Condoms maybe?
LizD446
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10/25/2013 | 2:05:01 PM
re: Dallas Top City For Smartphone, Tablet Use
We're from DFW and not surprised at these numbers (except for the funeral stat). We have a huge tech hub here and lots of low cost carriers that make smartphone usage accessible. Since most people have smartphones, our customers realize the potential for data collection through mobile devices v. computers and scanners.
Drew Conry-Murray
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10/21/2013 | 11:41:41 PM
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Any explanation for how Dallas beats out San Francisco and NY?


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