The study also provided some interesting analysis among 4G customers, who were found to contact customer service more frequently compared to those who own less technologically advanced devices. Sixty percent of those surveyed owned 4G devices, and those users had a greater tendency to contact their carrier because of network-related issues than non-4G smartphone or traditional/feature phone users. Furthermore, 4G costumers spent an extra 5 minutes per contact, in order to get their 4G-related problem solved.
So what do you think? For those who are on 4G, do you find yourself contacting customer service more often? And if anyone has a good/bad customer service story to golden peaks iphone case rave/rant about for any carrier, we're all ears, Marketing researchers at J.D, Power and Associates dub Verizon the wireless provider with the best customer satisfaction, It looks like the beginning of 2012 is going to be a piece of a cake for the Verizon Wireless PR team, Unless, you know, something crazy stupid happens, Last month, RootMetrics dubbed Verizon the top carrier in matters of data coverage, Now today, international marketing research firm and perpetual award giver J.D, Power and Associates named Verizon as the best carrier for customer service..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Every app is then run on Google's cloud infrastructure to simulate how the software would operate on an Android device, he said. Existing apps are continuously analyzed, too. "The system takes an app that's been uploaded and runs it in the cloud and monitors what the app is doing in a virtual environment, if you will," Lockheimer said. If malicious code or behavior is detected, the app is flagged for manual confirmation that it is malware. The app could be blocked from being uploaded if it is blatantly malicious or will be removed quickly thereafter if it gets flagged by the scanning process. "It won't get uploaded at all if it is an instance of known malware," Lockheimer said.
Unlike Apple, which vets every iPhone app before it hits the iTunes Marketplace, Google does not require pre-approval for Android apps, Instead, it does the screening of the apps behind the scenes golden peaks iphone case when the developers upload them to the Android Market, Google also is analyzing new developer accounts to "prevent malicious and repeat-offending developers from coming back," the company says in a blog post today, Google has been quietly testing Bouncer for a "number of months," long enough to see an impact, Lockheimer said, Between the first and second half of 2011 there was a 40 percent decline in the number of downloads of potentially malicious apps, the company said..
Lockheimer said he could not say how many malicious apps had been blocked or removed from the market as a result of the scanning. Asked if Google created Bouncer in response to complaints about malicious apps on the Android Market, Lockheimer said no. "It's not like there is a rampant malware problem," he said. "Think of it as an insurance policy..to ensure that Android continues to be a safe place.". Mobile security firm Lookout found that there were about 1,000 malicious Android apps last year, but the vast majority were on unofficial, third-party sites where anything goes. But some malicious apps have made it to the Android Market, including about two dozen apps containing malware that Google yanked in May and nearly 60 malicious apps removed in March.
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