• http://blog.agrawals.org rakeshlobster

    Advertisers and TV networks can facilitate increased adoption. CNN recently started using QR codes. (Currently to solicit contributions for Japan.)

  • http://www.planetc1.com/ Michael Dorausch

    Not surprised by these findings at all. I’ve found my mobile doubles as a ‘computer’ when working with my laptop on the road, it’s become like a 2nd monitor. Mobile use while on TV is fascinating, and has me wondering how long until our remotes can be replaced by our phones. Is that out there yet?

  • http://www.panaceamobile.com/ Samantha Goldberg

    This is really interesting. The point about mobile searchers only needing to do a little more than 3.5 search queries per day on their handsets to exceed PC users – is what I have found mind boggling. By 2015, the mobile internet users should be more prevalent than desktop internet users, only 4 years away.

  • Henry Goldwire

    Wait, people search on their phone while sitting in front of their computer? Why? Because it’s harder to type? Because the connection is slower? Because the results show up on a worse screen? I don’t get it.

    The only reason I could think of to use your phone while you’re sitting at your PC is because it’s your work PC and you don’t want your search showing up in some log. Is that what’s driving this?