However, a recent report by research firm Asymco has found that although Apple products may be only a small portion of the total units shipping, Apple actually accounts for a hugely disproportionate share of the profits. more»
Much of the recent explosive growth of mobile lifestyle has been linked to new capabilities available on smartphones coupled with higher speed mobile data networks.
And now Smartphones have passed an important milestone: over the past few monts for the first time ever Smartphone purchases outnumbered feature phone purchases in the US market according to Nielsen’s latest survey of US mobile consumers. more»
At a gala event in London, MEF, the global community for mobile content and commerce, announced the winners for the 2011 MEFFY awards.
Winning companies included Coca Cola, AKQA, Shazam, CBS, Apple, RIM, Velti, Ericsson, and Hungama.
See the complete list of all winners here. more»
Gartner has released a new forecast which predicts explosive grow in the media tablet market.
Sales of this new product category are expected to grow from about 20 million units in 2010 to over 200 million units in 2014, with changes in regional and product feature mix. more»
The latest release of US mobile ad network Millennial Media’s monthly Mobile Mix report had some surprising news: for the first time ad revenue from Android devices was greater than ad revenue from iPhone devices!
Overall smartphone share continued to grow at the expense of feature phone share, and Apple’s iOS remained the largest share of the smartphone impressions. more»
Apple has announced that it will close its Quattro Wirelesses mobile ad network in order to focus all of its resources on the iAd platform.
Apple just bought Quattro in January 2010, and has already stopped accepting any new campaigns on the network. more»
At the Blackberry Developers Conference, RIM announced a new services platform for developers that will enable them to build advanced applications for Blackberry smartphones.
The new services platform will offer advertising, payment, content push and new location services. more»
New information released from global ad network InMobi shows that the Indonesian mobile market is growing fast and is very mobile internet-centric.
Plus, the iPhone is not at all the favorite smartphone in the market! more»