Es una nenaaa, apenas 15 años y domina el WWW – @Biz_Tec


En realidad, el primer nombre de Google no fue exactamente Google. Antes de que los fundadores Sergey Brin y Larry Page se decidieran por ese nombre, el motor de búsquedas, un proyecto que nació en sus épocas de Standord, era conocido como ‘BackRub’ (masaje en la espalda).
BackRub (© Web Archive)Quienes navegamos en Internet desde hace algunos años, experimentamos los cambios que trajo consigo Google: un buscador que poco a poco se fue posicionando en el gusto de los usuarios por su sencillez y su eficacia en las búsquedas. A 15 años de su llegada, hoy es el sitio Web más visitado del mundo y mundo y la segunda marca con mayor valor de mercado. Leer más “Es una nenaaa, apenas 15 años y domina el WWW – @Biz_Tec”

ACSI Benchmarks for Smartphone Brands 2013


ACSIThe American Customer Satisfaction Index - The voice of the Nation's Consumer

The American Customer Satisfaction Index independently measures customer satisfaction with top-selling smartphone brands available to U.S. consumers. The customer satisfaction benchmarks are based on randomly sampled interviews with current smartphone users. The study expands ACSI coverage of the cell phone industry to provide ACSI clients with detailed customer satisfaction data at the brand level for the rapidly growing smartphone market.

Smartphone Press Release July 2013 »

July 31, 2013

Smartphone Customer Satisfaction 2013
Model Manufacturer ACSI Score
(0-100 Scale)
Galaxy S III Samsung 84
Galaxy Note II Samsung 84
iPhone 5 Apple 82
iPhone 4S Apple 82
iPhone 4 Apple 81
Droid Razr Maxx HD Motorola Mobility 80
Galaxy S II Samsung 78
Droid Razr Motorola Mobility 77
Curve BlackBerry 67
Bold BlackBerry 64

Nokia Siemens buys Motorola wireless network unit for $1.2B

IDG News Service – Motorola has found a buyer for its wireless network equipment unit: Nokia Siemens Networks will pay $1.2 billion for most of that business, the companies announced today.

The acquisition will bring Nokia Siemens around 50 new customers. The two wireless infrastructure vendors have few customers in common, although those they do are large ones such as China Mobile, Vodafone, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and Clearwire.

Motorola is hanging on to its wireless patent portfolio and to its iDEN trunked wireless system, used by U.S. operator Sprint Nextel, among others.


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By Peter Sayer

IDG News Service – Motorola has found a buyer for its wireless network equipment unit: Nokia Siemens Networks will pay $1.2 billion for most of that business, the companies announced today.

The acquisition will bring Nokia Siemens around 50 new customers. The two wireless infrastructure vendors have few customers in common, although those they do are large ones such as China Mobile, Vodafone, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and Clearwire.

Motorola is hanging on to its wireless patent portfolio and to its iDEN trunked wireless system, used by U.S. operator Sprint Nextel, among others. Leer más “Nokia Siemens buys Motorola wireless network unit for $1.2B”