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Feb. 25, 2011 | by Gregory Lyons Mobile Market Share

In February 2010 we took a look at the state of the mobile web and how various platforms were performing by country. 12 months have now passed so we thought it would be interesting to take another look at the …
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Oct. 25, 2010 | by Nuria Sadurni How do women search on the go using mobile?

An increasing number of companies, especially retailers, are adopting mobile applications or in some other instances mobile web as part of their digital strategy. Here at iCrossing we conducted some analysis to find out how different demographics use their mobile …
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Oct. 13, 2010 | by Gregory Damas Bon APPétit

No, this isn’t the brand new piece of software which will identify the closest place to eat the best Boeuf Bourguignon in town. It’s actually a rather easy blog title. However, not as easy as apps progression to invaded our everyday life; apps …
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Mar. 25, 2010 | by Magico Martinez SEO Apps for the iPhone

If you are reading this, the chance is that you will have either an iPhone or an Android. We all do. In fact, I have both, and lately I had to use them a few times to check positions and …
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Feb. 05, 2010 | by Dominic Parker Mobile browser market share map

Please note we have an up to date version of this infographic – 2012 mobile market share infographic This map shows the popularity of different mobile browsing platforms country by country, with some interesting results. Apple’s dominance can clearly be …
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Nov. 10, 2009 | by Gregory Damas Apps advertising: the new holy grail?

Yesterday Google acquired Admob for $750 million. So what does that California based company do? They are specialised in Mobile display and more precisely apps advertising. The success of those bite-size software programs doesn’t need to be demonstrated: Apple announced …
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Jun. 11, 2009 | by Stuart Martin The Buzz: iPhone 3GS

If you are anything like me, you were eagerly watching the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) live from San Francisco last night. This event has a key place in the diaries of all Apple lovers, software developers and any clued …
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Mar. 19, 2009 | by Philip Buxton Remember mobile?

In marketing, a recession is a sure-fire catalyst for refocusing everyone on the necessary. The problem is that the tendency is to focus only on what is necessary right now. It is this issue that comes to mind whenever those …
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