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5

Nov

2014

Why is Sony struggling?

Key facts about Sony Mobile

In this article we will look at some key figures about Sony mobile that could help us understand some of the reasons for Sony's trouble on the smartphone markets around the world.

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24

Oct

2014

What is the most popular browser in Europe?

On mobile and non mobile devices

Browser wars will never get old. The amount of browsers out there is increasing every day, but only a few are truly popular. This article looks at 5 most popular browsers in France, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy and Poland.

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10

Oct

2014

Vendor battle heats up

Apple still leads the way with tablet browsing but changes may be ahead

Author: Anonym

Looking at the recent report compiled by ABI Research, Apple and Samsung lead the way in tablet sales but the likes of Amazon, Asus, Lenovo, Acer and even Tesco are now battling it out to join them at the top table. We take a slightly different angle on this and investigate where these vendors are in comparison to each other when it comes down to their customers using them to access the internet.

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2

Oct

2014

Top 5 Amazon Devices

UK, US and Global

Learn which Amazon devices are most commonly used for Web access. We looked at US and UK markets as well as the global Amazon devices popularity.

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Tags: Amazon

26

Sep

2014

Changes In Price Band Of Devices Used For Web Access

US Data: January 2014 to August 2014

This week we will look at how the price band of devices used for Web access has changed since January 2014. Data in this article represents aggregated device data in the US. Using the 51Degrees PriceBand property in Device Detection is beneficial for website analytics to gain significant understanding of visitors or clicks. Such data is especially useful when combined with other analytics data and used for the purposes of A/B testing.

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18

Sep

2014

Is Sony's Mobile Business Really Struggling?

Percentage of Sony Mobile Device Web Traffic in 2013 and 2014

In this Chart of the Week we will look at the general distribution of Internet traffic originating from Sony mobile devices per country and examine several significant markets for Sony. Data represents devices used to access the Internet and not the actual device volume figures.

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Tags: Sony

12

Sep

2014

Percentage of Mobile Web Traffic by Device Retail Price

Insight into web traffic and mobile device retail price

For the first time 51Degrees brings insight into the retail price of mobile and tablet devices accessing the web. Using US dollar pricing the most popular mobile devices have been classified into price bands between $50 and $999. Charts show which price bands are the most popular along with details of the top devices in each price band.

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8

Sep

2014

NFC enabled mobile device traffic reaches 20.89% (Could the Iphone 6 increase this again?)

Chart Of The Week

In this Chart Of The Week we have re-visited the data for NFC-enabled web traffic. Almost one fifth of all devices observed accessing the network in August 2014 were NFC-enabled. Find out why this is important and what consequences NFC technology holds for the conventional plastic Credit Cards.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Samsung, NFC, iPhone

3

Sep

2014

Microsoft About To Overtake Blackberry In The UK

Chart Of The Week

In this Chart Of The Week we looked at the change in popularity of Microsoft and BlackBerry devices in the UK in 2013 and 2014. For quite some time UK was considered to be BlackBerry's stronghold in Europe but with all the trouble that company has endured over the past few years this situation is bound to change.

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Tags: Blackberry, Microsoft

21

Aug

2014

Will Microsoft's decision to make Opera Mini a default browser on feature phones impact browser's market share?

Chart Of The Week

In this chart of the week we will look at how Microsoft's recent decision to make Opera Mini the default browser on Nokia's Asha, S30 and S40 series phones will impact the browser's popularity and market share. We will examine the current market share of Opera Mini on global scale, among other Nokia phones and investigate how popular Opera Mini is among the current users of Nokia's Asha, S30 and S40 series phones.

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Tags: Nokia, Microsoft, Opera

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