Archive for May 2016

Mobile Device Fragmentation and Proliferation

By Ken Jones When we started ScientiaMobile, we had the opportunity to talk to several wise people regarding the need for Device Intelligence. At the time in 2010, it seemed like Apps and Apple would take over the world. Their crystal ball predicted much more homogeneity of devices. And when people used their mobile devices, it would be through apps, not a browser. Fast forward to 2016. The mobile web is very important. If you are not Facebook or one of the top 10 Apps, then most people will be interacting with you (at least initially) via a mobile web […]

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2016 Q1 MOVR

Statistics on Internet Traffic – Tablets and Mobile Phones Compared

by Eduardo Casais – Part 2 of 2 Editors Note: We welcome posts from people interested in Device Intelligence. This is the second  of 2 posts that come from Eduardo Casais. Eduardo has been working on Internet technologies since 1997. He has been involved in projects dealing with IP over ATM networks, WWW transcoders for TV set-top-boxes, and service platforms for telecom operators. He led the development of the WAP protocol stack and content adaptation facilities for the Nokia WAP Gateway, and has been an invited expert for mobile Web best practices at the W3C. He has patents on mobile applications and protocols to his credit and […]

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