The browser stats posts ARS normally make have been rather complicated this month by a radical change from the company that provides the data they use (Net Market Share).
The new data reveals Safari\’s dominance of mobile browsing and Android\’s surprisingly poor performance in that same market.
August browser stats: Safari dominates mobile browsing.
Here are some of hte Infographics from the site.
Mobile Browsers August 2011
Posted in Browser, Business, Google, infographic, Internet, Marketing, Mobile, Statistics |
Tagged IE, market, Mobile, safari, share, statistics, version |
A bit less intrusive than the Facebook gaming as I hope not to get constant Farmville updates in my stream.
These will be available above your stream and you can choose to share scores and only see news when you choose to, vs having to view what others are playing every time you log in.
Posted in Entertainment, Games, Google, Interaction Design, Social |
Tagged +, Facebook, farmville, Games, Google, plus, share, Social, stream, zynga |
Posted in Android, Apple, Mobile |
Tagged 2011, Android, competition, Google, iOS, iPhone, march, market, share, smartphone |
Android powered phones were 32% of the market from January through August 2010. Apple’s iOS and BlackBerry’s RIM platform were virtually tied for second with 25 percent and 26 percent, respectively.
Posted in Android, Apple, Business, Droid, Gadgets, iPhone, Mobile, Software, Verizon |
Tagged Android, Apple, att, blackberry, iOS, iPhone, market, RIM, share, Verizon |
There are many ways people organize their desktops and files, but it is also a matter of how we then retrieve our data. This article shows several new technologies that could help us not be so scattered and be more productive.
Posted in Business, Design, Technology, User Experience |
Tagged Business, cloud, Consulting, files, Internet, Oakland, organize, share, virtual |