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The gamer inside us

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Six out of ten Internet users in Hungary play video games (including any game played on electronic devices, i.e. computers, smartphones, tablets, consoles, or TVs). This activity extends well beyond hardcore gaming: the most popular video games are Solitaire, Mahjong, Candy Crush Saga and Scrabble. Fifty-six per cent of gamers play on their smartphones (too) – these are the findings…

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Smartphones blur the line between work and private life

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As the widespread availability of smartphones promotes a continuous online presence, the boundary between work and private life is increasingly blurred. It is possible to attend to our private chores and keep in touch with family and friends even during working hours – and likewise, with the help of smartphones, work-related duties can be performed at any time. Most smartphone…

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News, music and films now consumed on mobile phones

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Almost 4.5 million people now use smartphones in Hungary, and 90% regularly consume content of some kind on their mobile phones. Smartphones can replace all other devices as they are used not only to read news and articles and listen to music, but also to watch short videos and even full movies. And such content increasingly comes from online sources…

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Olympics on TV and online: 600,000 to follow games on smartphones in Hungary

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Adult Hungarian Internet users are committed sports fans: 69%, i.e. over 3.5 million people plan to watch the Rio Olympic Games. Seven out of 10 respondents want to see all sports in which Hungarian athletes participate. Smartphones, tablet computers and (mobile) Internet access provide more opportunities to cheer for sportsmen than ever before. The latest survey in eNET-Telekom’s “Report on…

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Good mobile ads provide information

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Mobile advertisements are proliferating in Hungary and now offer an opportunity to reach masses. As much as 79% of those who go online with their mobile phones, i.e. 2.9 million people see ads on the screens of their devices. A mobile ad should provide useful information rather than entertainment, the latest research by eNET – Madhouse on mobile advertisements reveals.

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Internet of Things: still getting acquainted

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The Internet of Things (IoT) may be a tech buzzword nowadays but many people still don’t know what it actually means. This is true for adult Hungarian Internet users as well: some of them have heard the phrase but don’t know the meaning, while others are aware of the specific solutions involved but do not yet connect them to the…

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How are we doing with digital competences?

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Even though most adult Hungarian Internet users go online and use web-based technologies for more and more activities, there is still room for development when it comes to digital competences. This is especially true for smart devices, as the opportunities they provide are not fully exploited. However, Internet users are ready for progress: 70% of those who were asked, consider…

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Hungarian youngsters want media content online

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Young people’s unquenchable thirst for information and stimulus can now be best satisfied in the almost unlimited world of the Internet. Movies, music, knowledge – all these are served by the Net, partly thanks to social media. The emphasis regarding communication channels is also clearly shifting towards the online world. But don’t despair: today’s youth are just as curious as…

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Music to my smartphoned ears

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98% of adult Hungarian Internet users listen to music at least once a month. To almost two thirds of them, music is amongst the 10 most important things in life. So it is no coincidence that the proliferation of smartphones and music streaming services has been favourably received: they not only allow us to take selected tracks with ourselves but…

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Released from home: watching TV in the age of smart devices

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Content available online and smart devices herald the end of golden age of traditional television as we know it. Now we can not only watch TV programs in real time but also record them for later viewing; also, we can watch movies online and visit video sharing sites. In fact, not even a TV set is necessary to watch television…

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