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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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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Nokia, Microsoft, Opera

18

Aug

2014

What devices are most frequently used to access the Internet in UK and US?

Chart Of The Week

In this chart of the week we will look at how the use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets has changed over the past year in US and UK compared to non-mobile devices. We will compare the two countries and look for statistical evidence to supplement our data.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Tablet, Smartphone

8

Aug

2014

Do Local Brands Really Pose a Threat for International Smartphone Vendors?

Chart Of The Week

In this chart of the week we will examine claims that local smartphone vendors pose a threat to major international mobile device manufacturers like Apple, HTC, Samsung, Huawei and Nokia. We will look at 4 largest Asian markets: China, India, Japan and South Korea with some surprising results.

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1

Aug

2014

Windows Phone Web Traffic from Nokia Devices in 2014

Chart Of The Week

This Chart of the Week re-visits one of the older blog posts concerning global web traffic originating from Windows Phone devices. We look at how things have changed since August 2013 for the 5 top Windows Phone manufacturers: Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Huawei and LG.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Samsung, HTC, Nokia, LG, Huawei

24

Jul

2014

iPhone 6, iWatch, iOS 8 and OSX 10.10 Autumn Release

When can we expect it?

Author: Mike

Apple seem to have adopted autumn time for major product releases. This year won't be an exception as several major changes are expected for existing products like iPhone 6 and iOS 8 and a brand new gadget known as iWatch. When will they be released? And what does the new wearable gadget mean for web developers?

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Categories: Analysis, Opinion

Tags: Apple

11

Jul

2014

Why Fast Device Detection Matters

How 51Degrees Beats the Competition

Detecting mobile devices is important as websites designed with large desktop computer screens in mind rarely perform well on a mobile device. Detecting such devices allows you to present content in the right fashion for the viewing device which improves website performance for your visitors and leads to better user experience. You will find many device detection products on the market and they all claim to be the fastest and most accurate but they do not provide proof. 51Degrees device detection solution achieves 99.97 percent accuracy with 5 million detections per second on hardware that costs less than 1000 USD which makes our solution the fastest, most efficient and hence most environmentally friendly. 51Degrees device detection is easy to deploy in PHP, .NET, Java, Perl, Python and C.  In this article you will find test results for the 3 test hardware platforms we used as well as instruction on how to test our device detection solution in your environment in just 4 easy steps.

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13

Dec

2013

Is There Room for the Tesco Hudl in the Budget Tablet Market?

Chart of the Week

Last week, Tesco announced that their 'hudl' tablet had sold more than originally predicted, with over 300,000 units being sold in the run-up to the holiday season. This week 51Degrees takes a look at UK web traffic from the 8 most popular budget tablets (below £250) over the last 3 months.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Google, Nexus, Amazon

6

Dec

2013

Did an Increase in Mobile Web Traffic Help Break Black Friday Sales Records?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week Amazon reported record breaking sales for this years 'Black Friday', with mobile sales surging by 43% since last year. This week 51Degrees breaks down web traffic from the United States between mobile devices and desktops.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Mobile

29

Nov

2013

How Much Windows Phone Web Traffic Comes from Nokia Devices?

Chart of the Week

AdDuplex released a report earlier this week stating that Nokia controls 90% of the windows phone market. This week 51Degrees takes a look at web traffic originating from global windows phone devices.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: HTC, Nokia, Microsoft

22

Nov

2013

Which Version of Android is Most Popular on Samsung Galaxy S3 Devices?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week, Samsung had to pull the Galaxy S3 4.3 Android update after they received complaints from users. This week 51Degrees.mobi takes a look at which Android version is the most popular on global Samsung Galaxy S3 devices.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Samsung, Android

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