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March 7, 2015

Indonesia ranked No 3 in new metric ranking Mobile Phone Facebook Users by Country

Nearly 63 million people in Indonesia will access Facebook via a mobile phone at least once per month this year, according to a new eMarketer forecast, which for the first time breaks out mobile phone Facebook users by country  

This new metric seeks  to find out the number of mobile users who are logging into Facebook. This number of users makes Indonesia home to the third-largest mobile phone Facebook audience in the world, after the US and India..

February 14, 2015

After growing at 77% CAGR, Mobile usage set to decline and grow at at 3.5% CAGR

Mobile usage to decline considerably by 2020
image source : gsmmobile data

If   one  wishes  to understand the phenomenal growth of the  Mobile usage, Just consider 2 facts
 At the end of 2003, there were a little over one billion unique subscribers globally, a 15% penetration  equivalent to just under one in six people. 
By the end of 2013 this figure had increased more than threefold to 3.4 billion, equivalent to a unique subscriber penetration rate of 47%. 
However the bad news is the next 5 years, Mobile needs a new disruption. until then its slated to grow at 3.5% CAFR  till 2020 .

Global projection of 3G Penetration Across World estimated to grow 5 fold to cover 56% of the world

Statistic: 3G mobile wireless penetration worldwide from 2008 to 2020 | Statista

Global forecast by statista is to be believed then the, world will have 56% 3G Mobile Penetration by 2020.. as compared to 12% 3G penetration existing in 2008.. This is almost a 5 fold jump in 8 years ...which works out to be 40% per year on average.Meanwhile check out the  top 5 geographic regions with the highest Mobile 3G connectivity in the world

March 7, 2013

The Hottest Gadgets of 2013 : Mobile that plays 7.1 Surround Sound HD Videos

A quick demo of the capabilities of the new Snapdragon 800 processor by Qualcomm, which includes support for decoding ultra-HD (4K) videos and DTS 7.1 surround sound system on mobile phones. Demoed during the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. Video by

The hottest gadgets at world's biggest mobile technology show -  A Mobile Phone powered by  Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor which can play 7.1 sourround sound in your home. This was  among the most hottest gadgets showcased at World Mobile Congress at Barcelona recently

A cinema experience on your phone: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 7.1 surround demo, by DTS

First, the mobile market came out with 1080p Full HD displays, a feature that was mainly available only for the TV industry. Now, another typical home entertainment feature will be coming to the mobile market with a  7.1 surround system .

 The new Qualcomm Snapdragon processor comes with the ability to replicate a 7.1 surround sound speaker system -- even through a pair of standard headphones. Dubbed Headphone:Xand the added ability of the the processor's ability to play 4k video.

During the World Mobile Congress Qualcomm 's booth  resembled a mini movie theater. It was designed to showcase the media capabilities of their new flagship chip, the Snapdragon 800 which showed off real-world capabilities. Their prime example was showing a preview of the new Star Trek: Into Darkness trailer streamed directly onto an Ultra HD 4K TV from a Snapdragon 800 equipped tablet featuring the 7.1 Dolby Digital Surround sound capabilities.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor line was designed and scheduled to come for high-end devices and Smart TVs in the second half of this year. Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon 800 offers 1.75 times better performance than the S4. The chip series has at a glance the following specifications:

28nm HPm fabrication

Upgraded Hexagon V5 digital signal processor
Krait 400 architecture
Up to 2.3 GHz clock speeds
800 MHz LPDDR3 memory
Adreno 330 GPU

August 29, 2012

Younger Adults Drive UK Mobile Web Revolution , 77% connected Online

Almost half of UK internet users are going online via mobile phone data connections, according to the Office for National Statistics.Some 45% of people surveyed said they made use of the net while out and about, compared with 31% in 2010.

The most rapid growth was among younger people, where 71% of internet-connected 16 to 24-year-olds used mobiles.Domestic internet use also rose. According to the ONS, 77% of households now have access to a net connection.

That figure was up 4% from the previous year, representing the slowest rate of growth since the ONS survey began in 2006.Among the 23% of the population who remain offline, half said they "didn't need the internet".

While 71% of 16 to 24-year-old who went online said they used mobile broadband, just 8% of internet users aged over 65 made use of the newer technology.

The ONS survey also found a dramatic rise in the use of wifi hotspots - a seven-fold increase since 2011 - suggesting that the rise of 3G has done little to slow demand for free and paid-for wireless access.

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