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Dubai: On-demand streaming has surpassed traditional TV viewing in the UAE and the viewing time on mobile devices is higher than the global average, according to Ericsson Consumer Lab TV and Media Report.
A recent study conducted by our Consumer Lab revealed that network performance is vital for winning customer loyalty, and for keeping churn low - especially amongst smart device users," Rafiah Ibrahim, head of Ericsson Middle East.
Research published by Ericsson Consumer Lab June 2013, ranked Mexico as joint first place for M-commerce adoption in Latin America alongside Chile.
Consumer Lab Education -- Concise patient-handouts to help patients understand procedures for approximately 500 frequently performed tests, including lab descriptions, results interpretation, risks, and descriptions of how the test is done such as how it will feel, and what follow-up is necessary.
Biotivia's resveratrol products, Transmax and Bioforte, have been independently assessed by Consumer Labs, the leading American quality watchdog, and were both deemed to be 'most potent' and 'best value.
The IPTV Remote was inspired by a consumer study conducted by Ericsson Consumer Lab to identify the missing link between what is available on the market today and what consumers are seeking.
Technically, I think this is an incredibly important innovation," the BBC News quoted Philip Sugai, director of the mobile consumer lab at the International University of Japan, as saying.
This made taking a low-paying 9-to-5 job at a small consumer lab financially possible.