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crimson hexagon e-reader study


Apple iPhone event kind of bland, tweets show

More than 70 percent of tweets about the event were neither positive nor negative, according to Crimson Hexagon. Could this mean Apple's ability to dazzle us with its iPhone announcements has come to an end?

By September 10, 2013


Report: Twitter users tilt negative on iPhone 4S

According to Crimson Hexagon, a social-media analytics firm, negative comments on the iPhone 4S announcement led positive comments by an almost 2-1 margin.

By October 5, 2011


Study paints Kindle e-reader a dark shade of green

Are electronic readers better for the environment? An analysis by the Cleantech Group finds, when used to replace paper, Amazon's Kindle is less polluting over its lifetime.

By August 28, 2009


Study: Kindle tweets outpace Nook tweets 2 to 1

Crimson Hexagon has done a study analyzing consumer satisfaction in leading e-readers--the Kindle, Nook, and iPad--by tracking Twitter conversations.

By January 11, 2011


The Green Show: Does an e-reader make you green?

On the Green Show this week, energy-efficient light bulbs, a look at the Maingear Pulse gaming PC, and a study on the greenness of an e-reader.

By August 27, 2009