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Brands ignoring 52% of devices when developing for mobile web

Brands are ignoring less popular mobile operating systems at their peril. A new report indicates that the top 10 mobile devices account for only 48% of total traffic, with regional variances leading to an increasingly broken experiences for users.

15/07/2013  |  Full story...

Samsung 'overtakes Apple for global mobile traffic'

Most of the world’s mobile traffic now comes from Samsung phones, with the South Korean manufacturer overtaking Apple and Nokia for the first time last month, according to new research.

12/07/2013  |  Full story...

Global smartphone trends: Android gets 70% market share

Android continues to dominate the global smartphone market, with Windows Phone slowly catching Apple’s iOS in second place, according to new data.

02/07/2013  |  Full story...

Mobile payments ‘account for 10%’ of Starbucks purchases

Mobile payments now account for 1 in 10 transactions at Starbuck, according to its Chief Financial Officer.

21/06/2013  |  Full story...

US smartphone trends- iPhone top phone, Android top platform

Apple and Samsung continue to grow their share in the smartphone market in the US, according to new data.

17/06/2013  |  Full story...

Blackberry extends free BBM chat app to Android and iOS

BlackBerry’s popular chat app BBM is to launch on rival platforms for the first time, as the phone maker looks to capitalise on the growing demand for wi-fi alternatives to text messages.

Watch this video explaining how BBM works on the Blackberry platform;

15/05/2013  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence April 2013

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence April 2013

Mobile ad spend leaps, taking 10% of all digital spend in the UK - one of the world's laboratory markets for digital. Smartphones outsold feature phones globally for the first time - and Facebook's 'Home' software for Android saw the social network declare the mobile gateway as their single biggest priority.

For brands, the key to successful engagement is still in having brilliant conversation and content ideas, but as the landscape changes expect Facebook, Google and Apple to all try squeezing more paid media budgets out of the marketing plan. Good news for brands as competition in the app store sector grows with Google's "Play" store rapidly catching up to Apple. Meanwhile Twitter lands a multi-agency deal that unlocks hundreds of millions of dollars of ad space, blurring the divisions between social paid, owned and earned media.

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03/05/2013

Smartphones outsell feature phones globally for first time

Smartphones accounted for 51.6% of global mobile phone sales in the first quarter of 2013, outselling feature phone for the first time as consumers worldwide switch on to web access on the move, according to new data.

26/04/2013  |  Full story...

App trends: Android gets most downloads, but Apple makes most money

Just over half (51%) of all apps downloaded during the first quarter of 2013 were from Google Play, but Apple generated 74% of all app revenue, according to new global data.

12/04/2013  |  Full story...

Baseball app gets 6 million users in 24 hours on ‘Opening Day’ relaunch

The official app for Major League Baseball got an update on the first day of the new US season- getting 6 million players accessing the tool within 24 hours.

08/04/2013  |  Full story...

BlackBerry woos rival users with in-browser demo

Blackberry has launched a new tool that lets iPhone and Android users test its new mobile operating system, as the former smartphone leader looks to reclaim market share from its rivals.

08/04/2013  |  Full story...

BlackBerry axes BBM Music service

BlackBerry has announced that its BBM Music service is to shut down, less than a year and a half after its launch.

05/04/2013  |  Full story...

RIM rebrands as Blackberry, unveils BB10 smartphone

Research in Motion has rebranded under the name ‘Blackberry’, as the Canadian smartphone maker looks to regain lost market share to Android and Apple with its new BB10 device. The two new flagship devices are the Z10, a sleek smartphone with a 4.2-inch display, and a less expensive version, the Q10, which retains a physical keyboard.

Watch this Channel 4 report on the BB10 launch:

31/01/2013  |  Full story...

Android extends lead in US mobile market

Samsung, Google and Apple continue to extend their dominance of the US mobile market, according to new data.

29/01/2013  |  Full story...

Top smartphone operating systems worldwide

Google's Android mobile operating system made up 75% of the global smartphone market i the third quarter of 2012, far ahead of Apple's 14.9%. Nokia's Symbian platform and Research in Motion's Blackberry mobile OS fell 77% and 35% respectiveley.

Top smartphone operating systems worldwide. Google's Android mobile operating system made up 75% of the global smartphone market i the third quarter of 2012, far ahead of Apple's 14.9%. Nokia's Symbian platform and Research in Motion's Blackberry mobile OS fell 77% and 35% respectiveley.

02/12/2012  |  Full story...

Global mobile trends: Apple beating Samsung in mobile ad battle

Apple has widened its lead over Samsung in terms of global ad impressions, despite the growing popularity of the Korean manufacturer’s devices, according to a new report.

20/11/2012  |  Full story...

Global mobile trends 2012: Smartphone sales up 47% as feature phones dip 3%

Samsung has extended its lead over Apple’s iPhone in the global smartphone market, while Android now accounts for a massive 72% chunk of the smartphone OS market, according to new data. The research, from Gartner, found that worldwide sales of mobile phones to end users reached almost 428 million units in the third quarter of 2012, a 3.1% decline from the third quarter of 2011.

15/11/2012  |  Full story...

Global mobile trends- Android now on 3 in 4 smartphones

Google’s Android mobile operating system made up 75% of the global smartphone market in the third quarter of 2012, far ahead of Apple's 14.9%, according to new data. The study from market analysis firm IDC attributed the jump in market share to the faltering market reach for Nokia’s Symbian platform and Research In Motion’s Blackberry mobile OS. According to the study Google Android smartphone shipments increased by 91.5% during Q3 2012.

05/11/2012  |  Full story...

Mobile phone ‘most important digital possession’ to 10-15 year olds

The Mobile phone is considered the most important digital possession amongst 10-15 year olds, with BlackBerry's BBM remaining the top brand, according to new research. The Amaze Generation study looks into the attitudes of today's ‘digital natives’ towards ownership and possession of technology, and the influence it is having on their overall identity. The Amaze Generation study is a five-year research project looking at the impact of technology on the behaviour and attitudes of 10-15 year olds.

13/09/2012  |  Full story...

Smartphone wars- Apple and Google to own 80% share of global market by 2016

Apple and Google will dominate the smartphone market in coming years, accounting nearly 80% share of the smartphone market by 2016, according to a new report. The research, from IHS iSuppli Wireless Communications, said that Nokia's Symbian operating system will be practically nonexistent by next year as a result of the smartphone merger between the Finnish giant and Microsoft.

10/09/2012  |  Full story...

Top 10 smartphones worldwide

Samsung lead the way in 2012, with the largest increase (5%) in market share betwee Q2 2011 and Q2 2012. Manufacturers such as Apple and ZTE made significant increases over the measurement period. The previously popular brand Nokia suffered the biggest dip in market share with a 3% decrease.

Top 10 smartphones worldwide. Samsung lead the way in 2012, with the largest increase (5%) in market share betwee Q2 2011 and Q2 2012. Manufacturers such as Apple and ZTE made significant increases over the measurement period. The previously popular brand Nokia suffered the biggest dip in market share with a 3% decrease.

03/09/2012  |  Full story...

Smartphone trends- Samsung extends lead over Apple in Europe

Samsung continues to lead European smartphone market, and the Galaxy manufacturer now has five of Britain’s top 10 best selling handsets. Samsung has increased its European market share to 45 per cent, while RIM has found its share in the UK fall to 10.9 per cent, compared to 21.6 per cent at the same point of last year, according to market data company Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

07/08/2012  |  Full story...

Top mobile phone manufacturers: US

This chart represents the popularity of phone manufacturers among 234 million US mobile phone subscribers. Samsung was the most popular manufacturer at the end of May 2012 with a 25.7% market share. Apple increased its market share between February and May 2012 by 1.5%.

Top mobile phone manufacturers: US. This chart represents the popularity of phone manufacturers among 234 million US mobile phone subscribers. Samsung was the most popular manufacturer at the end of May 2012 with a 25.7% market share. Apple increased its market share between February and May 2012 by 1.5%.

04/07/2012  |  Full story...

RIM cuts 5,000 jobs and delays Blackberry 10 launch

Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is delaying the launch of its new phone operating system Blackberry 10 and is to cut 5,000 jobs. The move comes as the Canadian smartphone pioneer struggles to keep up with Apple, Samsung and HTC in the increasingly competitive smartphone and tablet markets. When it finally launches, Blackberry 10 will feature 3D effects and has been designed to make it easier for developers to port Android apps to help bolster the amount of software available on the touchscreen phones it will power.

29/06/2012  |  Full story...

Blackberry owner mulls splitting company in two

BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is considering splitting its business in two, separating its struggling handset manufacturing division from its messaging network, according to a new report. The Sunday Times reported that RIM, which last month hired JP Morgan and RBC Capital to look at its strategic options, could break off its handset division into a separate listed company or sell it.

26/06/2012  |  Full story...

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