Feb 17, 2012 | Analytics, iOS, Grigorieva
The rise of gadgets is ushering in a new generation of kids who are growing up digital.
Feb 06, 2012 | Analytics, Grigorieva
In 2011 the consumers showed more interest in smartphones than in computers.
Jan 24, 2012 | Analytics, Grigorieva
More than 350, 000 downloads of Apple’s e-textbooks were downloaded from the company’s iBook store within the first three days of availability
Dec 11, 2011 | Analytics, Grigorieva
Mobile phones continue to be much-discussed as we head into the holiday season—with iPhone leading the pack.
Nov 21, 2011 | Analytics, Interesting, Grigorieva, Terenin
A recent Nielsen survey shows kids’ holiday gaming and electronics appetites are whet by a number of top-selling Apple devices – with the iPad leading the pack.
Nov 15, 2011 | Analytics, Interesting, Grigorieva
The company Skyline analyzed 24 million of photos uploaded into Twitter by its users last week. The result was is that 39% of all photos were sent from iOS devices.
Nov 14, 2011 | Analytics, iOS, Grigorieva
Passengers, who chose Australian budget airlines Jetstar Airways, will have an opportunity to use an iPad during their flight.
A new service will start working on more than 2-hour long flights already today, on 9 November. Each person will be able to rent a first generation iPad for $10. The price will be $12-15 for long flights.
Oct 21, 2011 | Analytics, Interesting, Grigorieva
In the US 40% of mobile consumers over 18 have smartphones. Android is the most popular operating system, iOS takes the second place.
Oct 03, 2011 | Interesting, Grigorieva
This September the Japanese company Nikon started sales of its new multifunctional photo camera Coolpix S1200pj with a special feature
Oct 01, 2011 | iOS, Interesting, Grigorieva
The analytics company Flurry published a survey, confirming a trend of moving portable gaming from special devices, such as game consoles, to smart phones and tablet computers.
According to this research, made by Flurry, two most popular operating systems Android and iOS (actually, Android and iOS based devices) keep 58% of game market in USA. Sony and Nintendo showed similar results last year (2010) with the percentage of 57%...