2010 Metro Area Gadget Awards

These metro areas stand above the rest for gadget ownership and use. The Gadget Census collected data from over 7500 households about the gadgets people own and how they use them. The final report analyzed per capita gadget data to determine which areas deserve to be recognized. And so, without further ado, on with the awards.
And the winners are…
Emerging Technology Owners
If you agree that owning gadgets like iPads, netbooks, smartphones, and Blu-ray players makes someone further ahead on the gadget curve than the CRT screen and VCR owners, then you won’t argue with New York being the metro area with more households housing emerging tech. Sorry, air conditioners did not make the list.
Old Technology How To Become A Licensed Electrician In Texas Owners
Film cameras, feature phones, CRT TVs and VCRs can mark a consumer as somewhat behind the times. The metro area winner with the most households likely to display 12:00 AM flashing on a VCR is Phoenix, Arizona.
Being Green with Gadgets
Being green with gadgets not only means recycling your old devices, but having more energy efficient gadgets in your household like flat panel TVs. It’s no surprise that all those tree huggers in San Francisco helped the Bay Area come out on top with the greenest gadget households out there.
Media Streamers
And again, San Francisco scores another award as the metro area, having the most households who stream everything from music to TV shows. It’s not clear if DirecTV should give up on the Bay Area, but it looks like many folks on the West Coast are getting their TV online.
TV Fanatics Job Description Of Electrician In Hospital
This award goes to the metro area with households that have an exceptional love affair with TVs. Households here have more TVs in more places (yes, TVs in the bathroom and garage). They record the most shows and watch more TV than any other area. And the winner Atlanta metro area.

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