Tablet devices are on the rise, giving tech savvy consumers a convenient way to check their email, search the web, read the news, and shop online, after they’ve finished playing games. A recent survey shows tablet owners are using their high-tech toys to play games more than any other activity.
Have video game consoles earned their spot in the family room, or are we still tucking them away out-of-sight? The measurement and information experts at Nielsen release the results of a study that shows what’s being played where in U.S. households.
A survey of drivers from six different countries found that while 15 per cent of people claimed to have engaged in sexual activity while driving, only 5 per cent admit to playing handheld games. We’ve got to get those numbers up. Or not.