The thing we call a “phone” today, is also many other things. Needless to list everything here. Still, the base requirement for an object to be called a “phone”, is that you can dial a phone number and have a voice conversation with the person answering. As time goes by, by “phone” we mean a […]
A web page in 2030 will weigh almost 320 Mb. The average mobile bandwidth globally will be 93 Mbps. Of course, this is not very likely to be true (well, who knows really…). Just for fun, I calculated the growth rate of an average web site from HTTP Archive (May 2012 to May 2013) and Ciscos […]
It is that time of year when Tomi Ahonen has been working his Excel-sheets and now finally published the numbers we (me at least) have been waiting for since January this year. As always, there’s not only numbers, but also quite a lot of text. I have taken the liberty to make some graphs out […]
Opera, I guess means Opera Mini. Together with UCBrowser, proxy browsers basically rule the world over all. Webkit in western market tho,… From Browserrank.com
The German mobile retail market grew by 112% in 2011 25% of European Xtreme shoppers shop using mobile phones or tablets more than in the past51% of US Xtreme shoppers use search engines as shopping tools 58% of European Xtreme shoppers use search engines as shopping tools 33% of retailers operate a mobile channel, up […]
The history of the iPhone iPhone-evolution-gem-1.jpg 610×319.
Nice one from @nielsenwire. People use tablets in front of the TV and E-readers in bed. Mobile phones are the social devices one use together with friends, but also the time killer devices. I would also like to meet the people using e-readers while shopping….. In the U.S., Tablets are TV Buddies while eReaders Make […]
Mobile Internet Traffic in Japan Spikes in Response to the Tsunami.
According to Nielsen Android users are more likely to surf the mobile web than iPhone users. This is a nice sum up provided by eMarketer. Lots of interesting facts there. Recommended reading!