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January 16, 2016

connected devices mapped across the world

"gadgets across the world mapped by locations"
chart A 
The first chart shows the number of  connected devices mapped across the world .The bright orange color represents the highest number of connected devices, while the lighter colors signify lesser number of connected devices. Connected devices can be either a mobile, smartphone, tablet, laptop, handheld,music player or any device which can be connected to the world wide web

"connected devices mapped across the world"
Chart B
The above chart shows global the number of shipped global connected devices from  2010 onwards and  the number been projected -2016.Red color stand for the number of smartphones,yellow stands for laptops and blue represents tablets

July 17, 2012

88% US Tablet Owners watch TV,with their Gadgets On

Whether to check email or to look up program or product information, using a tablet or smartphone while watching TV is more common than not according to a Q4 2011 Nielsen survey of connected device owners in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Italy. In the U.S., 88 percent of tablet owners and 86 percent of smartphone owners said they used their device while watching TV at least once during a 30-day period. For 45 percent of tablet-tapping Americans, using their device while watching TV was a daily event, with 26 percent noting simultaneous TV and tablet use several times a day. U.S. smartphone owners showed similar dual usage of TV with their phones, with 41 percent saying their use their phone at least once a day while tuned in.
Device owners in the U.K. also logged heavy usage for tablets (80%) and smartphones (78%) while watching TV. British daily usage of smartphones or tablets while watching TV rivaled that of the U.S.. Nearly a quarter (24%) of those surveyed claiming to use their device several times a day while watching TV.
Italians and Germans were the least likely to use a device while watching TV. In both countries, 29 percent of users said they never use a tablet and TV together and 34 of Italians and 35 percent of Germans said they don’t use their smartphone while watching TV

July 12, 2012

The State Of The App Economy in 2012 : Developer Insights

Developers are focusing more on iOS and Android, and moving away from platforms like Blackberry.

Facebook is a developer's best friend. The social network is by far the most popular promotional tool used by developers. 

More developers are planning to start making apps for Windows than any other platform, though that doesn't necessarily mean they will.

Android is the platform of choice throughout the developing world.

The State Of The App Economy in 2012 - Business Insider: "In the five years since the iPhone came out, there has been a gold rush to develop apps, but a new report shows just how hard this business can be.

Vision Mobile, a market analysis and strategy firm, surveyed more than 1,500 developers worldwide and found that one in three apps generates $500 or less a month, which means developers have to find other sources of income to get by.

On average, developers make between $1,200-$3,900 per app each month, though some platforms prove more lucrative than others. For example, iOS developers surveyed make more per app each month on average ($3,693)  than Android developers ($2,735), but both fall short of what Blackberry developers earn per app each month ($3,853)

The chart above  provides a summary of some of the big findings from Vision Mobile's report on the state of the app economy in 2012."

March 20, 2012

March 7, 2012

Apple’s next iPad will be called iPad HD, to be available on March 16th

According to a Apple Store source preparations are being made for a big Apple Store event which will culminate on Friday, March 16th,” Seth Weintraub reports for 9to5Mac.

Apple's next iPad will break with its traditional numbering scheme in order to promote its big new feature: the high-definition screen.According to CNET Apple's next tablet will be called the iPad HD instead of the iPad 3. Apple's next iPad will break with its traditional numbering scheme in order to promote its big new feature: the high-definition screen.

Apple owns the rights to the iPad name in the U.S. and other countries (though that's being debated in courts in China right now)The owner of told CNET earlier today that he registered the domain before the original iPad was announced in 2010 and has never been contacted by Apple about the domain in the years he's held onto it. and that   includes the last few weeks.Separately, is already taken, and is currently parked through a domain company that offers a way to bid on the name. And has been registered since February 26, 2010 (a month after the iPad's unveiling), and is also parked.

according to a new report by Taiwanese publication Digitimes, Apple will likely launch two iPad 3 models — a 16GB edition and 32GB version. While those hard drive capacities aren’t new, it would be surprising for Apple to no longer offer its 64GB capacity, which it offered for both the iPad and iPad 2. The only reason Apple would discontinue making a 64GB model is if only a minuscule number of consumers picked up that model.

Yesterday, two simultaneous reports came out stating the name of Apple’s new product would be the ‘iPad HD’ and recently more and (iM)ore evidence points to an LTE version being announced. Today, Verizon began teasing a “Something is Coming” campaign.

Apple recently announced on Monday that it has now passed the 25 billion app download mark (including free and paid iOS apps)

March 3, 2012

Mobile Powered Local Search set to explode

"Roughly two-thirds of tablet owners , around 60% of  Mobile  users interact  with their Gadgets,  at least once a week to conduct an online local business search, according to a February 2012 study from Localeze and 15miles, conducted by comScore. This makes tablet owners more frequent local business searchers than mobile phone users, 45% of whom search at least weekly, and PC/laptop users, 49% of whom search at least once a week" 

Online search activity continues to increase in usage and intensity with local intended searches now accounting for 13% of core search activity on the top portals. Online IYP/local search also continues to show healthy annual growth, expanding the search base by nearly 2 billion searches since 2007.