Almost half of online consumers in Southeast Asian countries who say they do not own a smartphone, say they plan on buying a smartphone in 2011 according to a recent global online survey from The Nielsen Company.
Web users in The Netherlands and UK spent the most time online in 2010, according to a new study looking at digital media use in Europe last year.
There has been a marked decrease in the cost of a megabit, with Brits paying on average just half the amount they were paying in early 2008 for their bandwidth, according to new research.
This week, the last of the world’s 4.3 billion IP addresses based on its standard IPv4 platform were allocated. So what does this mean for you and your business? Sebastien Lahtinen, co-founder of independent broadband news site, thinkbroadband.com, explains the growing importance of the new IPv6 address system, and why you should check your technology … [Read more…]
By 2015, 1.4 billion people globally will access both fixed-line and mobile broadband as usage grows rapidly and services converge, according to Ovum.
Global shipments of portable internet devices based on ‘lite’ operating systems (OSs), which include tablet computers such as the iPad, will hit 150 million per year in 2015 according to a new report.
Brightcove has launched an office in Australia, as the online video platform contuinues its global expansion.
WPP has seen its revenues climb 12.2% during the third quarter of this year, with the advertising giant cautiously optimistic heading out of the global economic crisis.
Blyk has opened an office in Singapore, as the mobile messaging media firm continues to expand across Asia.
Where in the world are you most likely to be hit by a malicious computer attack or virus? According to the results of AVG Technologies’ first ever Global Threat Index, it’s the Caucasus region, with Web surfers in Turkey, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan all being the most likely to face threats while online.