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Asia-Pacific to become world’s second largest digital ad market by 2017

September 26, 2013 5:23 pm0 comments
Asia-Pacific to become world’s second largest digital ad market by 2017

Asia- Pacific region will emerge as the second largest market in terms of digital ad spending by 2017. eMarketer’s latest Global Media Intelligence Report said that the region will grab 27.7 percent market share and will be second after US and Canada with an estimated market share of 35.7 percent. […]

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Willingness to pay for data high across age groups

January 31, 2013 5:39 pm0 comments
Willingness to pay for data high across age groups

Smartphones have managed to creep into pretty much every aspect of modern life—including driving. A Q3 2012 study from Forrester found that three-quarters of smartphone internet users went online via their phone while in the car, reports eMarketer. What are these smartphones tappers doing while driving? A June 2012 survey […]

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Half of Australians to use smartphones by 2013 end

January 21, 2013 3:35 pm0 comments
Half of Australians to use smartphones by 2013 end

Smart devices have quickly made inroads in the lives of internet users in Australia. eMarketer projects that smartphone penetration in the country will reach 54% of the population by the end of 2013. That is the second-highest smartphone penetration worldwide, behind only South Korea. Data from a September to October […]

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Privacy Concerns Keep Users Away From Social Sign-In

January 19, 2013 1:33 pm1 comment
Privacy Concerns Keep Users Away From Social Sign-In

First came social sharing, then came social login. By now, the vast majority of internet users have encountered an online site with the “Log in with” button alongside a social network logo, allowing them to sign in using their network credentials, reports eMarketer. There are plenty of benefits to using […]

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Online News Viewing Cuts into Cable Viewership

January 16, 2013 6:25 pm0 comments
Online News Viewing Cuts into Cable Viewership

Cable news shows may be seeing a dip in viewership among digital-savvy US consumers. According to a January survey by AYTM Market Research, 37% of internet users surveyed said they watched less cable TV news than they did five years earlier. The survey points to both online news sites and […]

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Gulf countries lead in mobile internet access

January 10, 2013 6:31 pm0 comments

The Arab Spring in 2011 prompted many to take notice of the digitally connected youth who spearheaded—and sustained—the political movements in the Middle East and North African countries. These countries have relatively low overall internet penetration. However, the young culture, as well as the experience and coordination of 2011’s events, […]

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