Last week we asked if you thought camera phones will replace the compact digital camera. It seems that most readers give camera phones a vote of confidence and believe they will either replace compact digital cameras or will be used regularly alongside them.
Out of 182 voters, 46% think camera phones will replace compact digital cameras, 45% would rather have both, 2% think camera phones suck and will never replace compact cameras, 4% believe camera phones only have a chance with lens attachments, and 3% think cameras should not be integrated into phones at all.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
With over 90% of the voters, MakeUseOf readers think that camera phones are here to stay as the next generation in casual digital photography.
This week’s poll question is: What Would Make You Switch to Hotmail?
Hotmail is still the largest webmail service out there, and Microsoft are definitely trying to keep their users happy, and maybe even get some new ones on board. The recent upgrades and changes to Hotmail show that it’s far from a dead platform, and with hundreds of millions of users, Microsoft must be doing something right. So where do MakeUseOf readers stand? Let’s find out!
If you already are a Hotmail user, what makes it the best service out there? What do they have that Gmail and others don’t?
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