Most U.S. Users Ignore Advanced Mobile Features

Despite the soaring interest in the latest and greatest mobile phones here in the U.S., the majority of mobile consumers aren’t actually all that interested in their devices’ advanced features, like mobile e-commerce or built-in social media functions.

Meanwhile, other areas of the world are embracing these technologies far more swiftly. Enterprise Mobile Today looks at the trend.

Smartphone sales in the U.S. are growing at a blistering pace, but that doesn’t mean buyer proficiency is keeping up with the rate of sales.

The United States finished last in the use of basic mobile communications technologies such as text messaging and instant messaging in a global survey of mobile users commissioned by Sybase 365 that was released this week.

Read the full story at Enterprise Mobile Today:

Smartphone Proficiency? Ouch, U.S. Near the Bottom

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