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Why are Irish people using phones for online activity so much more than people in other countries?
Perhaps someone else will now pick up this baton and carry it yet further…
perhaps we shall yet get to see Antal’s infamous (but tragically real) crossword!
At the same time, our use of PCs to access the internet in Ireland has slumped from 77pc to 56pc in the last two years.
The proportion of web traffic on phones here is almost a third higher than the European average.
As a result, his Hungarian urban legend blog today revealed that this was indeed a real story.
According to the 4th March 1926 edition of , what happened was this (forgive my rough and ready translation / paraphrasing)… ) midnight, a man had come into the well-known Emke kávéház [Café Emke] on near the corner of Rákóczi út [Rákóczi Way] and Erzsébet körút [Elizabeth Boulevard].
That makes them increasingly important to retailers and other online businesses.
The figures may even understate how dominant phones are becoming, as they do not track app activity but only measure our use of internet web sites.
In Ireland, figures from Ipsos MRBI show that over half of us use social media every day, most of which occurs on phone apps as opposed to web sites.
It is also a quarter higher than in the UK and over 10pc higher than in the US.
It is even higher than mobile-mad Finland, home of Nokia and a birthplace of smartphones.
After having a coffee, he repeatedly tried to call a number using the cafe’s telephone, but without success.