Boobies, bad lip syncing and some valuable mobile website tips – all in this week’s My Five.
Amplified Tweets, voting via Google search, and the dog who can’t catch. Check out this week’s My Five brought to you by Katie.
Yet another report shows the importance of the iPad in ‘mobile’ e-commerce. Is it really that surprising to see high revenue stats when Google Analytics counts it as a mobile device? Why is a lap top not a mobile device?
As smartphone sales continue to increase, mobile shopping habits continue to evolve…
Bored of hearing how this is the year for mobile search? Me too. Here is some evidence to suggest that it is perhaps now time to take note.
Research produced by On Device shows that a staggering 60% of respondents have used mobile Internet whilst in stores, whilst 78% would use free wi-fi in stores if offered to them.
Mobile has been dubbed as ‘the next big thing’ for what seems like forever now. 2011 was the year that people finally started to take mobile seriously.
Aurasma is an augmented reality platform that offers realtime multimedia content via your smartphone’s camera
According to a recent study, mobile traffic accounts for 10% of visits to e-commerce sites, but converts at only half the rate of desktop visitors.
Earlier this week Google officially rolled out it’s new mobile payment system that could put an end to the wallet as we know it.
According to a new report, mobile data consumption grew by 77% in the first half of this year – YouTube is accuntable up 22% of all data.
A recent report suggests that advertisers are now seeing higher click through rates from mobile search than they are from desktop search.