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17

Sep

2013

IBC Show Wrap Up

Author: Edward

A great time was had by all at the IBC show in Amsterdam and we would firstly like to thank everyone who came to visit us and learn about device detection and content engagement, secondly we would like to thank IBC for managing such a great event.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Event

16

Sep

2013

The Evolution of Content Consumption

Author: Edward

Content distribution has come a long way. The first television sets were made commercially available in the late 1920s, just a few years later saw the first mass produced television sets.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile, Smart TV

16

Sep

2013

The Mad World Of Set Top Boxes – Part 2

The remote is already in your pocket

At IBC 2013 in Amsterdam, there are a small but significant number of exhibitors focused on remote controls. The most significant innovation is the use of Bluetooth to replace infrared and placing a microphone into the control to enable voice control of the TV and set top box. Some vendors have also turned the control into a pointing device such that it can be used to move an on screen cursor. Other than these, the remote control doesn't look like its set to change.

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15

Sep

2013

The Mad World Of Set Top Boxes – Part 1

Why pretend to be a mobile phone?

The number of vendors large and small promoting web enabled set top boxes will not escape the attention of those attending the IBC show in Amsterdam 2013. Manufacturers are all showing web browser enabled devices. Most of the operating systems and related browser software comes from the mobile world with Android by far and away the most popular operating system coupled with the Chrome Mobile browser.

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11

Sep

2013

Ad:Tech London 2013

A Poor Mobile Web Experience

Today's the first day of Ad:Tech London 2013, “The Event for Digital Marketing”. With 7.6% of web traffic coming from Tablets, and 23% from mobile devices globally in August 2013, the organisers dmgevents should know that mobile is important to web marketing. I was therefore more than a little surprised to receive the following home page, and floor plan when I accessed the events web site on a mobile phone.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Performance, Chrome, Event

22

Aug

2013

Google Takes a Stand on Mobile App Doorslams

Author: Joe Davine

You have just finished creating your sparkling new mobile business app and are eager to promote it to as many people as possible. You already have a good mobile web audience; why not tell them about your app with an interstitial before they hit your website? Well you see, not only do your mobile web users hate this method of advertising, Google have also taken a stand.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Google, Mobile, Web

21

Aug

2013

Mobile Web Review: monster.co.uk - Godzilla Or The ToothFairy?

Author: Edward

Last month the UK’s largest job search engine Monster launched a new mobile version of their well-known website. Upon visiting the standard desktop site it will detect mobile devices and direct them to the appropriate mobile page. The site utilises a .m prefix to enable mobile specific content. This week I take a look at the online recruitment industries newest mobile offspring, does it growl like a dragon or squeak like a goblin…

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile, Web, Review

14

Aug

2013

Mobile Web Review: london-luton.co.uk - Are Airports becoming more mobile than Airplanes?

Author: Edward

Last week London Luton Airport launched a version of its website optimised specifically for mobile devices. Like many websites with a mobile incarnation it will detect mobile users, redirecting them to the appropriate m.london-luton.co.uk version. This week I see how this new mobile experience shapes up, does it perform like the Eurofighter or an Airbus... Let’s find out!

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile, Web, Review

7

Aug

2013

Mobile Web Review: crabtree-evelyn.co.uk - From Selling Soap to Mobile Holistic Care

Author: Edward

Crabtree & Evelyn have recently launched a new mobile website. Upon visiting their main website it will detect mobile device users and automatically redirect them to the new mobile version. Today I take a look at this new mobile web offering.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile, Web, Review

31

Jul

2013

Mobile Web Review: imgur.com - Home Of The Memes

Author: Edward

Imgur has recently launched a beta version of their mobile website, it will detect mobile users and prompt them to try out this new version from Imgurs main website. We review how well implemented the new mobile experience is.

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Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile, Web, Review

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