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Beyond the pink veneer

Last month, market intelligence firm Parks Associates released a study with shattering news: women buy more tech than men — and then use it more. According to the study, more women were interested in tablets, laptops and smartphones; women bought more gadgets on average; and, once the devices were in hand, more women were using them to watch movies, listen to music, interact online and play social games.

From the article, "Beyond the pink veneer" by Michelle Starr

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