June 30, 2014

How Can Businesses Recover Consumer Trust After A Data Breach?

By qSample on June 30, 2014

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center and a review of corporate disclosures by CNN Money, nearly half of all adult Americans have already been hacked in 2014, and the trend shows no sign of slowing down. Last week qSample published an article on how consumers can avoid data theft, but consumers aren’t the only ones that are effected. Cyber

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June 27, 2014

Access Over Ownership: Consumers Prefer Media Subscription

By Rudly Raphael on June 27, 2014

As the media world continues to focus on instant access and mobility, consumers are choosing subscription services to rent movies, TV shows, games, and music instead of purchasing them. Since the advent of the digital revolution, consumers seem to place a higher demand on access to media, rather than actually owning it. Media subscription services are more popular than ever,

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June 25, 2014

Top 5 Home Improvement Projects for the Summer

By Paul Kazlov on June 25, 2014

Summer is an excellent time to start looking at areas of your home that might need some remodeling. With cold winters and wet springs, a house can endure a lot of seasonal stressors. Wind, snow, ice and rain all take their toll, which makes summer a great time to assess what damage has been done. Though hot and humid, there

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June 25, 2014

Pet Owners Spend Big on Healthcare

By qSample on June 25, 2014

What would you do to save your dog or cat? If your beloved family pet was sick or injured, what would you be willing to pay for proper treatment? In a recent survey, 70% of pet owners indicated that they would be willing to “pay anything” for their pet’s health. More than $55.7 billion was spent on pet products in

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June 24, 2014

How to Prevent Data Theft: Nearly Half of Adult Americans have Already been Hacked this Year

By qSample on June 24, 2014

Nearly half of all adult Americans have already been hacked this year. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center and a review of corporate disclosures by CNN Money, 47 percent of adult Americans have already had their personal information exposed by hackers in 2014, and the trend shows no sign of slowing down. Over the weekend, AT&T confirmed that personal information,

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June 19, 2014

10 Things To Know About Amazon’s Fire Phone

By qSample on June 19, 2014

A recent study by qSample showed that more than 60 percent of the mobile phones in the U.S. are smartphones. $7.19 billion will be spent on mobile ads next year, per the study’s findings. In 2016 that number is expected to triple to more than $21 billion. It comes as no surprise Amazon made quite the splash yesterday when they

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June 17, 2014

Who Are Today’s First-Time Homebuyers?

By qSample on June 17, 2014

First-time homebuyers make up about 40 percent of the current market; in 2010 this number was as high as 50 percent. On average, the median age for a first-time homebuyer in the U.S. has ranged between 30 and 32 over the last 30 years, according to statistics from the National Realty Association. As more millennials (those between the ages of

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June 12, 2014

Google’s Driverless Car Faces Significant Roadblocks

By qSample on June 12, 2014

A few weeks ago, Google unveiled a new prototype of the driverless car, and sparked the imagination of people around the world. Unlike previous models, this version was designed entirely by Google and contains no steering wheel or pedals, making it the company’s first model to be entirely self-controlled. Consumer reactions were mixed, with excitement and support on one side,

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June 10, 2014

Microsoft and Sony Battle for Consumer Attention at E3

By qSample on June 10, 2014

E3, the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, is one of the biggest gaming trade shows in the world. It will be held at the L.A. Convention Center in California this week from Tuesday June 10 – Thursday June 12, and will undoubtedly feature some exciting news from the industry. The two biggest console manufacturers, Microsoft and Sony, have already made some

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June 09, 2014

Going to the 2014 FIFA World Cup? It’s Going to Cost You!

By Rudly Raphael on June 09, 2014

According to the U.S. consulate in Rio, more than 187,000 tickets have been purchased by American credit cards and 80,000 U.S. visitors are expected to attend the Cup. In the infographic below we break down a few of the costs Americans can expect to spend if they’re planning to attend the 2014 FIFA World Cup in just one week. Would

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