it seems as if the debate between creating a mobile app or a html 5 site / app is raging on almost a daily basis somewhere – like in our office. while i believe that both have their pros and also cons i’ve decided to start a list on the pros and cons of html5 [...]
yesterday’s inside search event by google showed of some amazing new search features for both mobile and desktop. get ready to find more than you ever imagined possible. the first interesting fact that was presented is that unlike desktop search, there is no christmas and summer search low for mobile search. in essence this reinforces [...]
two in five of all twitter posts are made via a mobile phone, according to twitter ceo. dick costolo, the ceo of twitter, sat down for an interview at the consumer electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas last Friday with kara swisher. the most astonishing statistic he revealed was that the percentage of tweets coming from [...]
college students have graduated to the world of mobile internet devices—including smartphones, tablets and mobile game consoles. according to the “ECAR study of undergraduate students and information technology” by shannon d. smith and judith borreson caruso for the EDUCAUSE center for applied research, 62.7% of US undergraduates surveyed had a handheld device that can access the internet. [...]
via gigaom.com the momentum created by google for android is amazing. that’s what letting anyone that wants to license your os for their phone. apple is definitely going to stay away from that after getting burned with macintosh clones in the 1990s.
Smartphone Platform Market Share 55.7 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones during the three months ending in August, up 14 percent from the May period. RIM was the leading mobile smartphone platform in the U.S. with 37.6 percent share of U.S. smartphone subscribers, followed by Apple with 24.2 percent share. Google continues to gain [...]
mobile music will lead the way. according to eMarketer, mobile content revenues will rise from around $1.15 billion in 2009 to more than $3.53 billion in 2014, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 20% over the period.