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8

Jul

2015

Device Detection for Apple iPhone and iPad

Which techniques to use and avoid

Author: Anonym

51Degrees data analysis team stress tested a range of real iPhone and iPad devices, both old and new using all the major web browsers in order to determine if CPU stress testing is a viable additional method to identify iPhone and iPad models alongside User-Agent analysis, screen information and WebGL API

The full results are available for download along with the analysis of the differences between each device and browser.

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14

Apr

2015

239 new devices added last week

Updates include Microsoft Lumia 640 XL release

Author: Anonym

Last week 51Degrees data team added 239 devices into the device database. Among them: Microsoft Lumia 640 XL smartphone which was first presented at MWC15 in Barcelona.

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10

Apr

2015

195 new devices added last week

Updates include Asus ZenFone2 and iOS subversion release

Author: Data Team

Last week 51Degrees added 195 devices into a database, including Asus ZenFone 2 smartphone. This new device was presented at MWC15 in Barcelona and is already in our database. Also now 51Degrees supports iOS operating system subversions.

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13

Feb

2015

51Degrees extends device detection to the cloud

New FREE and PREMIUM CLOUD products offer unlimited device detection for websites

51Degrees launches cloud-based device detection service with two price plans: free and premium. Read more for details.

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Categories: News

Tags: Device Detection, Cloud

1

Dec

2014

How the On-line Gaming Industry Delivers Mobile Web Sites Everyday

What can web professionals learn from Black Friday and on-line gaming?

The media coverage of the Black Friday failure of major web sites including Tesco, Argos, Best Buy and Boots highlights how consumer expectation of the internet has changed in just a short period of time. When a competitor is just a screen tap away performance and availability is essential.

The on-line gaming industry has been faster than most sectors to embrace the latest server side techniques to not only deliver stable high performance multi-screen experiences to smartphones, tablets, TVs and laptops but also deliver continuous enhancements to keep their users engaged. In this blog I highlight in marketing and business terms the simple techniques used by two leading gaming web sites to deliver continuous upgrades and quick response times to mobile phones, tablets and desktops/laptops before summarising the benefits of the server side approach used.

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25

Nov

2014

Calculating Detection Speed

How do we know each detection only takes 0.0016ms?

Learn how we obtained the figure of 0.0016ms average time for a single detection. Verify this figure on your system in 4 easy steps.

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3

Nov

2014

Mobile World Congress 2015

The countdown begins

Author: Mike

Mobile World Congress 2015 is approaching rapidly. This is one of the biggest world-wide events that helps shape the future of the mobile industry and allows thousands of professionals from around the globe share their ideas, network and advertise their services. 51Degrees has been an active participator at WMC in the past and will again be attending the conference in 2015. See the live countdown to the event.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Device Detection, MWC

27

Oct

2014

User Agent Spoofing

Why it works well with device detection

Author: Mike

Learn what user agent spoofing is and why it works well with device detection. See examples of user agents and how a change in a user agent string is likely to influence the detection result.

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24

Oct

2014

Redirection in .NET

Not only for mobiles

In this article you will discover that 51Degrees for .NET can be used to redirect any devices, not just the mobile ones.

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23

Oct

2014

Android 5.0 Lollipop – So, what's new?

Google announce their biggest changes to date

Author: Data Team

Last week Google finally put us all out of our misery regarding the "Mysterious L", by officially announcing the latest version of their Android operating system. The new Android 5.0 Lollipop hasn't been officially released yet (Although it has been in Beta for a number of months), but it is already the most eagerly anticipated development for Android fans in a long time, it seems that everybody can't wait to upgrade.

The excitement surrounding Lollipop is understandable as it seems Google have been given Android its biggest upgrade in a numbers of years. If you're a fan and an existing user it looks like you won't be disappointed by the promises made this time around. From the new vivid interface to the ‘kill-switch’ function which makes the device useless for thieves, you will enjoy exploring the latest improvements.

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