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16

Nov

2017

Device Intelligence Update 16th November 2017

Author: Anonym

Last week we added support for 141 new devices.

 

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9

Nov

2017

Device Intelligence Update 9th November 2017

Author: Edward

Last week we added support for 171 new devices

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2

Nov

2017

Device Intelligence Update 2nd November 2017

Author: Anonym
Last week we added support for 174 new devices
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26

Oct

2017

Device Intelligence Update 26th October 2017

Author: Amos Tamang

Last week we added support for 176 new devices

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19

Oct

2017

Device Intelligence Update 19th October 2017

Author: Nisha Tamang

Last week we added support for 168 new devices

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16

Oct

2017

51Degrees Uses Secondary HTTP Headers to Detect The New Nokia 3310

We check out the re-release of an old favourite feature phone and share how we detect the User-Agents.

Author: Anonym

We check out the re-release of an old favourite feature phone and test the device detection results. The new Nokia 3310 does not have a standard User-Agent compared to the majority of mobile devices we detect. The User-Agent for the Nokia 3310 comes as part of the HTTP header produced by Opera Mini, which is the pre-installed data-saving browser for this device.

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16

Oct

2017

Apple Sub-Versions Update

Author: Edward

As part of our continual improvement programme we would like to take this opportunity to inform our customers of an improvement we are making in the near future.

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12

Oct

2017

Device Intelligence Update 12th October 2017

Author: Anonym

Last week we added support for 192 new devices.

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5

Oct

2017

Device Intelligence Update 5th October 2017

Author: Edward

Last week we added support for 172 new devices

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2

Oct

2017

51Degrees: More Than Three Times Faster!

51Degrees compares performance of our enhanced algorithm on three different commodity hardware platforms.

51Degrees is regularly evaluated against competitors DeviceAtlas and WURFL from ScientiaMobile for performance, accuracy and memory consumption. This blog post builds on the previous performance blog from 2016 with the same commodity hardware; 1) a Raspberry Pi, 2) a low-end desktop PC and 3) a high-end multi CPU server, but using an all new algorithm.

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