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Kindle, BlackBerry top UK search queries in February - study

Wednesday 11 April 2012 | 11:40 CET | News
Over 13 million UK searches were conducted online for consumer electronics in February, with the Kindle and BlackBerry attracting more queries than those for iPhones 4s, according to research from digital marketing agency Greenlight. Although not on the market year, February registered 450,000 searches for the term 'iPhone 5', compared to 368,000 for iPhones 4s. In February, more than 7 million searches were made for PC and laptop terms which accounted for a 54 percent share of overall searches. 'Kindle' was the most queried consumer electronics term, attracting 823,000 searches, followed by Blackberry with 673,000.

Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: United Kingdom
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