Responsive Websites vs. Mobile Websites vs. Mobile Apps

Which is best for reaching your website’s mobile users? With the large increase of mobile device users, having mobile friendly access for your website can be a huge asset to any business. There are three main approaches to providing information and interaction to mobile device users: Responsive (and adaptive) website design, mobile websites, and mobile…

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Mobile Devices Tighten Grip on Canadian Internet Users

For some users, mobile access to the Internet has become so convenient that it’s now the only way they go online. 1.3 million Canadians only use a mobile device to access the Internet and won’t use a computer at all, said comScore’s Paul Rich, a senior account manager. About 49 percent of Canadian Internet users…

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7 Mobile Marketing Stats That Will Blow Your Mind

“Mobile marketing is the future. Any marketer, or marketing firm worth their weight in invoices knows that the key to future success is adapting to and optimizing for the mobile market. When you’re in a public place, you don’t have to look far to find someone pre-occupied with a smartphone. This very same occurrence that…

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iPhone 5 Compared With Competitors [CHART]

“The iPhone 5 launches into a more challenging field of competitors than ever, and to give you some context about the iPhone 5 specifications compared with those of its chief competitors, we put the most important characteristics of each into this handy table. As we look at specs of the iPhone 5 compared with the…

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The Power of Mobile

“With the Internet in your pocket, at almost anytime in darn near any location, you can summon information to settle a debate or sports bar argument in a moment’s notice. In those same moments, you can chase down friends’ whereabouts and monitor your finances during an office meeting. Heck, maybe you’re reading this while your…

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The State of Mobile America

Looking at some of the most recent survey results obtained by the Pew Internet Project on mobile computing and the use of handheld devices:

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Ten passcodes you should never, ever use on your iPhone

Link: Ten passcodes you should never, ever use on your iPhone “Are you one of the many people who is using a dangerously easy-to-guess passcode on your smartphone? Maybe you should do something about it – sooner rather than later. The warning comes after new research suggested that many iPhone owners use one of just…

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Smartphones and tablets to outsell personal computers in 2011

Link: Smartphones and tablets to outsell personal computers in 2011 “Canadians will buy more smartphones and tablets than personal computers this year, a new trend, says Deloitte Canada’s annual report on where technology is headed.” This article is a summary of the report’s predictions on purchases of PCs, smartphones, tablets, TVs, TV usage, retail Wi-Fi…

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Steve Jobs Speaks Candidly About the State of Apple and Its Competitors

Link: Steve Jobs Speaks Candidly About the State of Apple and Its Competitors “Apple’s thoughts on its competitors — including RIM and Google — in the smartphone space, as well as the future of the tablet space.” Also, he talked about systems being open, closed, fragemented, integrated and the user experience, and about why 7”…

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Great thoughts on smartphone apps: Are they tools or behaviors?

Link: Great thoughts on smartphone apps: Are they tools or behaviors? “Recently, I gave in to the siren’s call of the app for my podcast. I mean, I was an iPhone-toting devotee of all things appish, after all, and thought I really should have my own app. I created it and decided to price it…

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