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Cars & Transport | Online doctor visits and analyzes low-cost Eastern Europe

Boom online research to find a low-cost medical Web.

Once they were traveling, the main reason for going to Eastern Europe, but today, there are many clinics that offer specialized treatments and interventions of all kinds.

Begins the era of low cost doctor.

It ‘just do a quick search on the internet, on bidding sites, or on the same search engine to find a few kilometers from his home town, the doctor appropriate for your needs, and above all: at very competitive prices compared to those applied in Italy.

Inevitable controversy.

Cars & Transport | Sale Mobile Apps in 2013: Apple earns 10 billion dollars

For Apple, the year 2013, was the “best ever” as declared by Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Apple, the sale of the App for mobile phones.

In December 2013, they have been downloaded to your phone, from the App Store (Apple’s online store – ed) nearly 3 billion applications, for a gain in a single month amounted to $ 1 billion.

The data was released by the same company.

Cars & Transport | Analyzes Procurement OnLine in 2011 on the Web

Research by: Nextplora: “Make ends meet on the Internet”,
It explores the reasons and methods of use of the Internet for online purchases.

– The potential response to the crisis
– The investigation of the deal and savings
– The easiest way to access the whims satisfaction and impulse purchases.

Internet is chosen, the respondents, more and more frequently:
– Purchase of airline tickets or train
– Obtain information about schedules,
– Routes of travel and price (34%)
– Book travel and hotels (32%)
– Buy books (32%)
– Buy clothing (29%)
– Have ability to access unobtainable goods in the shops usually frequented (36%)
– Find products otherwise inaccessible without discounts and online promotions (23%)
– Searching for information leading to the not go wrong buying (64%)
– Comparison of the prices and the search for the most beneficial (56%)
– Promotions reserved online purchase (42%)
– Auctions (34%)
– Savings Source (27%)

Another interesting fact:
– 61% of users who buy products and services online that states would not have bought them offline (in traditional stores)

The main visited web sites to make purchases:
– Online shops (53%)
– Official online ticket offices (46%)
– Virtual Outlet (40%)

E-Bay, Amazon, Groupon and Bol are the most popular sites, by users.

The survey, Nextplora Syste Dynamic Survey, was conducted on a sample of 1,026 respondents representative of the Internet population aged 16 and over, medians a self-filling out a structured online questionnaire. Data acquisition was carried out through the interface C.A.W.I.

Cars & Transport | 3 women out of 4, at Christmas will do Shopping Online

What to buy online?
– Shoes
– Dresses
What will be the favorite color?
– Black
favorite brands?
– Marche Italian
Ideas and gifts for Christmas?
Trying more and more often on the web. The Internet has become indispensable to all “e-shopper”.
Online Shopping:
75% of those who buy online, and ‘are women
What is the average age?
– 25 – 50 years

Cars & Transport | Nokia in 2012 sold 86.3 million mobile phones

Apple and Samsung, Nokia have put in difficulty (the Finnish mobile phone giant)
but in 2013, it opens with a 2012 draw thanks to the sale of 4.4 million Lumia smartphones,
compared to 2.9 in the previous quarter.
The optimists also expect an operating profit.

Nokia phones sold Total: 86.3 million mobile phones in 2012,
of which 9.3 million of low-cost smartphone models (the cheapest) series: Asha

Cars & Transport | Sony Ericsson, closed 2011 at a loss: -247 million Euro

The turnover of 2011 and ‘was 5.2 billion euros, down even this than 6.3 billion Euro in 2010.

In October 2011 Ericsson announced its intention to sell the partners to Sony its 50% of the company and the deal is expected to close in a few weeks.

The Sony-Ericsson accounts, are very negative for 2011, there was a deficit of 247 million euros for the manufacturer of mobile phones against a profit of 90 million for the previous year (2010).

Go wrong even sold pieces:
34.4 million in 2011, up from 43.1 million in 2010.

The turnover for the 4th quarter of 2011 fell 16% year on year to 1.3 billion euros.

The joint venture was formed in 2001 by Sweden’s Ericsson and Japan’s Sony.

Cars & Transport | LinkedIn: more than 200 million subscribers in early 2013

160 million unique visitors per month.
Over 64% of LinkedIn members are located outside of the U.S.

LinkedIn is now up to 200 million subscribers in the world: two new per second.
Currently the social network and ‘to the number 23 of the most’ visited websites in the world.

In March 2011: it had reached 100 million users.
LinkedIn has implemented 13 new languages, and the site has 19 different languages, totals.

Cars & Transport | Forecast on Bad weather: 300,000 users per hour

Is from about 4 days the cold and bad weather conditions continue to affect the whole of Italy.

Boom on TV and the web, to specialized sites for weather forecasts.
On air, satellite: Sky Meteo24, totaled a new record: 1,568,839 unique viewers.

Even the website: between 9.00 and 10.00 hours today had an average of 300,000 users per hour and was the most visited site after Google.

Also on resanti tv channels, the bad weather did boom of plays,
through updates and weather reports.

Cars & Transport | In Italy: 85% of young people under 30 use the Internet

The fact that emerges from the report produced by the Institute Toniolo Young.
And ‘in line with the target “under 30” of the other young Europeans.

The 3 young beliefs about 4, Internet users under 30, are that:
“New technologies have increased the participation and leading to the renewal of society ‘.”

What do young people do on the web?
– Send email (8 of 10)
– Read the online newspapers (50%)
– To publish opinions and comments (1 of 3)

Cars & Transport | YouTube: paid subscription for videos without ads

The news of the WSJ (Wall Street Journal), according to which the manager at Google, Susan Wojcicki, who heads YouTube since the beginning of 2014, said the social video platform will have a strong change.
Not just advertising, therefore, but also subscription services.

Google bought YouTube in 2006 by paying 1.65 billion dollars.

To date it appears that advertising alone video is not enough to “cash batter” into Google home
and then YouTube is studying alternative forms of income, through the subscription to social video platform.
The goal is to increase revenues and profits from the video site (YouTube – ed).

Once on YouTube subscribers, you will have access to videos, no (the hateful and mandatory – ed) advertising that starts automatically and you are forced to watch, before the video starts.
In some videos, the “skip ad” option is gone, and you have to look for strength to see your selected video.


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