Mon September 27, 2010

How do high-school students use CGM in Japan? (2) -- Thousand students responded

A result of the investigation via the Internet conducted by McAfee Co., Ltd., a Japan subsidiary of US's McAfee Inc., showed that one third of the high-school students who use CGM (consumer generated media) have posted their own or others' personal information on them on September 22.

The investigation was intended for high-school students between the ages of 15 and 18 and 1,030 (male:female ratio of 1:1) students responded.

As many as 95.9 percent of the respondents have ever viewed or posted something on CGM, including blog, Twitter, and mixi.


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Sun September 26, 2010

How do high-school students use CGM in Japan? (1) -- McAfee's investigation

McAfee Co., Ltd., a Japan subsidiary of US's McAfee Inc., released results of an investigation on how high-school students use CGM (consumer generated media) in Japan on September 22.

One of the results unveils that one third of the high-school students who use CGM have posted their own or others' personal information on them.

posted by sam at 06:54:36 JST on Sun September 26, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | statistics

Tue August 17, 2010

Tokyo's voice call charge on cellpone is the second highest in the world

A survey conducted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) at the end of March 2010 shows that the voice calling rate charged on cellphone a minute in Tokyo was 26.5 JPY, which is 2.7 times higher than that in New York.

The survey included seven cities around the world: Tokyo, New York, London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, and Seoul.

In Paris, the voice calling rate charged on cellphone a minute was 33.3 JPY, the highest among the cities.

In Tokyo, that was 26.5 JPY, the second highest.

In New York, that was 9.9 JPY, the lowest among the seven cites.

posted by sam at 02:23:20 JST on Tue August 17, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | statistics

Sun April 11, 2010

Viewers of Hikari TV top one million

Do you watch Hikari TV programs on your PC or TV?

NTT Plala Inc. announced on April 8 that the number of subscribers to its IPTV service Hikari TV exceeded one million on March 31.

The Hikari TV service is provided on the Flet's series FTTH platform of NTT East Corp. and NTT West Corp.

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Sun March 21, 2010

More than one million subscribers to Kasai FTTH giant's service

K-Opticom Corp., Osaka, Japan-based FTTH service giant, announced on March 19 that the number of subscribers to its consumer-oriented FTTH service “eo Hikari” has topped one million.

Note that the number of subscribers to NTT West Corp.'s FTTH service was 1.7 million in almost the same area as K-Opticom as of March 2009.

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Wed March 03, 2010

Increase of downlink/uplink Internet traffic

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications announced the Internet traffic amount as of November 2009 on February 26.

The ballpark amount of downlink Internet traffic to broadband service subscribers in Japan was 1.36 Tbps, about 40 percent up from the previous year.

The ballpark amount of uplink Internet traffic from broadband service subscribers in Japan was 943.4 Gbps, about 40 percent up from the previous year.

posted by sam at 00:10:01 JST on Wed March 03, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | statistics

Wed February 24, 2010

YouTube expels older versions of browser

YouTube announced on February 18 that it will cease supporting older versions of browser software on March 13, 2010.

YouTube recommends that users utilize Internet Explorer 7 or later, Firefox 3.0 or later, Chrome 4.0 or later, Safari 3.0 or later, and so on.

posted by sam at 20:16:16 JST on Wed February 24, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | statistics
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