Global mobile data traffic doubled in year: Stats

Posted on November 21, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , , , , |

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The amount of data used by mobile devices doubled over the past year, boosted by growth in video streaming services, according to a study released on Wednesday by Swedish telecom group Ericsson.
Data traffic doubled in the third quarter of this year on an annual basis, and rose 16 percent from the previous quarter, it said.

The trend is set to continue, with the amount of information transferred over mobile networks doubling every year for the next six years, driven in large part by users accessing more video content.
Computers and tablets currently dominate mobile traffic, but the high growth in smartphone subscriptions means data consumption will be split equally between the two in 2018.
“Smartphone traffic is growingfaster due to the high growth in subscriptions,” the report said.
Around 40 percent of all phones sold in the third quarter of this year were smartphones.
Mobile devices have turned social media into an activity that consumers engage in througout the day, Ericsson noted.
“It has begun to influence and merge with other behaviors, such as watching TV and other video content,” it said.
“The two activities are instead done in parallel or even merged into a new kind of behavior.”
The study also highlighted that using free game apps that are financed by advertising often leads to significantly higher data consumption for the user thanthe paid-for, premium versions of the software.
Global mobile penetration reached 91 percent in the third quarter this year. The total number of mobile subscriptions is expected to reach 6.6 billion this year and 9.3 billion in 2018, the report said.
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CBSE Class 12 Results To Be Declared Online Tomorrow

Posted on May 28, 2012. Filed under: India, Technology | Tags: , , |

Starting at 11 am, will be made available on several websites, as well as via SMS and IVRS.


The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) is scheduled to declare the results of its Senior School Certificate Examination 2012 (Class XII) for all regions tomorrow at 1100 IST. The Delhi-based board has eight regional offices all over India and affiliated schools in almost every state and union territory. The results will be made available on several websites, by email, SMS, as well as IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System).
The results can be accessed at Results.nic.in , CBSEResults.nic.in , and CBSE.nic.in . Students can access their results through email by registering their addresses in the a forementioned websites. Additionally, schools can get results for the entire institution by providing their school code and email address during the registering process.
Students can also obtain results via SMS, at a charge of 50 paise per message. The procedure to thus obtain results is to type cbse12 followed by the roll number and send it to the following:
*. 52001 ( MTNL )
*. 57766 ( BSNL )
*. 580 0002 ( Aircel )
*. 5545 6068 ( Idea )
*. 54321 , 51234 , or 533 3300 ( Tata Teleservices )
*. 5432 1202 or 55077 ( airtel )
*. 92123 57123 ( National Informatics Centre (NIC)
IVR services have also been set up for information about the results, at a rate of 30 paise per minute. The numbers to call up are:
*. 011 – 2435 7276 (NIC)
*. 011-2812 7030 (MTNL)
*. 55530 (Idea)
*. 125 5536 (BSNL)
*. 5432 1223 (Tata Teleservices)
*. 5432 1202 (airtel)
All the best!

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