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Latest Marketshare OS & Browser

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Directly from The Next Web (TNW)   the latest market share data based on   — July 2013 Net Applications data (which uses data captured from 160 million unique visitors each month by monitoring some 40,000 websites for its clients). A couple of highlights: Microsoft Windows and Microsoft IE are clearly “in control” Windows 8 now up […]

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Biggest Cities Today and on 2025

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I listened to Anthony Flint’  TEDxBeaconStreet session on: Housing the Coming Billions in Cities. Overall it was an very interesting presentation! One thing in it it was  a chart  of the Top 21 Cities in 2025.  This made me think, which are the top 21 cities today, and how much will the positions change between now and […]

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Android / iOS Platform OS version targeting

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From a development point of view it is interesting to see the difference between the Android and iOS  versions needed to be supported… While researching, I ran into an October 2012 article on dazeinfo.coma  which mentions that while  iOS 6 Adoption Rate is about 60% iPhones Updated To iOS 6 vs. about 2% of Android […]

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Going Paperless: Paper Waste Info Chart

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Even with all of our electronics, digital devices and such, paper waste is still tremendous… A single one-terabyte external drive can save as many as 500 million sheets of paper. A 150-page employee manual — pretty massive in real life — takes up less than 7.5% of a four-gigabyte flash drive. An entire filing cabinet’s worth of […]

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World Internet Usage Statistics

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Very interesting statistics on Internet usage  from a global perspective. Couple of things to call out: North America is #3 by number of Internet users North America is #1 by Internet penetration   World Internet Usage Statistics News and World Population Stats. Source: http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats.htm Data is as of December 31, 2011.

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