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August 19, 2011

State of Mobile Ecosystem In The Emerging Countries

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Mobile App Usage: Android vs iOS



In further evidence that Wired‘s proclamation last year that “The Web is Dead” may be on the mark, a Nielsen study shows that mobile apps trump the mobile web — at least when it comes to the amount of time spent using them.

The study, from Nielsen Smartphone Analytics, found that the average Android user spends 56 minutes per day using his or her device to surf the web and use apps. But the latter takes up two-thirds of that time.
The report also found that most people are only using a handful of apps on a regular basis. The top 10 apps account for 43% of all the time Android users spend on mobile apps. The top 50 apps account for 61% of all time spent. There are a total of about 250,000 Android apps in the market at this time.

Android and iOS, both simply have gotten too large to be “killed” by anything. Now, there are some pretty strong feelings shared amongst Android and iOS users The Mobile OS platform is one of the most Brutal one in the Tech industry that depends upon product innovation, Distribution, Technology and larger Marketing and Advertising Budgets this just brand or team loyalty, though, or is this really just a fundamental difference in personalities? A recent infographic suggests that Android users might be different from iPhone users in way more ways than just their choice of smartphone.

Source :Geek

August 13, 2011

Statistics On Tablet Usage :Trends and Insights

A survey conducted by Google's AdMob offers insights into what people are doing with their tablets, where, and for how long.

The statistics indicate that tablet owners are shifting their time away from TVs and PCs to consume more and more content on iPads, Galaxy Tabs, and other slate devices.

The most popular activity on tablets? Gaming, followed closely by search and email. The survey, which polled 1,430 people in the U.S. in March 2011, found that 84% of tablet owners play games on their tablets, 78% search for information, 74% use it for email, and 61% read the news. The two least popular activities, according to the survey, are shopping and reading e-books, with just 42% and 46% of users, respectively, say they use their tablets for these purposes.

Tablets are used mostly in the home, rather than at work, which perhaps explains why most people say they use tablets more frequently at night (62%) and during the week (69%). Eighty-two percent of the people surveyed said they use their tablets primarily at home, while only 7% use the devices mostly at work.




May 5, 2011

The Tech Industry Lawsuit Maze

This Infographic is courtesy infographic's author David McCandless and James Key at InformationIsBeautiful.net.

The Tech Industru maze of Lwsuits seem to increase with time . It seems everyone  is suing everyone to stop their competitor  from entering their domain.Nokia is suing Hitachi, Sharp and LG over LCD price fixing. Nokia is also suing Apple over the use of WiFi on 2G and 3G phones. It settled its lawsuit against Qualcomm over anti-competitive practices and patents on mobile downloads.

Apple

Apple is suing HTC for violation of 20 patents. It's suing Nokia over wireless data, speech coding and security.

Kodak

Kodak is suing RIM and Apple over image previews and computer-based imaging tasks. It's suing Sony Ericsson over handling of digital images. It settled its lawsuit against Samsung over image storage and movie previews.

Motorola

Motorola has sued Apple over infringement of 18 patents.

Microsoft

Microsoft is suing Motorola over infringement of nine patents, including e-mail contacts and meeting scheduler.

RIM

RIM settled its lawsuit against Motorola for anti competitive practices and infringement of patents.

Sony Ericsson

Sony is suing Kodak over the handling of digital images
source : PCworld