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Boot up: Chrome v IE/Firefox, New Yorker v Twitter, hot tablets, smartphone battery lives compared and more

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Plus Terence Eden 'burns' his books, interconnecting different construction brands, Blodget on mobile's future and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamTop 5 Browsers in Europe from Feb 2011 to Feb 2012 >> StatCounter Global StatsChrome is on an upward...
Boot up: Chrome v IE/Firefox, New Yorker v Twitter, hot tablets, smartphone battery lives compared and more

BlackBerry squeezed out of Enterprise say stats

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RIM‘s new CEO faces a dual-challenge, Apple in North America and the ascendence of Samsung in Europe, according new research, though BlackBerry is a surprise hold-out in the UK. “Android and Apple together are eating BlackBerry’s lunch” Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett said of the smartphone pincer-movement, the NYTimes reports, with global...
BlackBerry squeezed out of Enterprise say stats

Microsoft's About To Lose More Web Browser Users

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Windows 95’s big OS-browser integration is now but a memory - from March 1, and likely through gritted teeth, Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) will start offering European Windows users a choice of web browsers. This is in compliance with a December European Commission antitrust agreement that stops it from pushing its...
Microsoft's About To Lose More Web Browser Users

Fact Checking: Has Mobile Traffic Really Surpassed Desktop in India?

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One of the most interesting statistics in Mary Meeker's Internet Trends presentation this week was about the Mobile Web. One of Meeker's slides stated that in India, the world's second largest Internet market, the Mobile Web surpassed the Desktop Web during May 2012. A closer analysis reveals that a) mobile...
Fact Checking: Has Mobile Traffic Really Surpassed Desktop in India?

StatCounter: Nokia leads the way in mobile web usage

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Mobile Web usage is on the rise, with users who access the Web through mobile devices having nearly doubled every year since 2009 according to analytics firm StatCounter. Web usage on mobile devices grew to 8.5% in January of 2012, up from 4.3% in the same month a year...
StatCounter: Nokia leads the way in mobile web usage
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