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Mobile Visits To Popular Sites By Device – CHART. Broken down by mobile device, ShareThis found that smartphones were more than twice as popular as tablets for mobile pinning, and the latter actually trailed desktops by 2 percentage points.

Mobile Visits To Popular Sites By Device – CHART

The fact that smartphones were the device of choice for mobile pinning suggests that mobility—not size—matters more for Pinterest users. Similarly, January 2014 research by Luth Research for ExactTarget found that smartphones grabbed the overwhelming share of mobile visits to Pinterest in the US, at 83%, vs. 17% from tablets. In fact, no other online property studied saw a bigger gap between the two devices. Read the rest at eMarketer. Other Articles You May Enjoy: Share and Enjoy Like this: Like Loading... Like this post? (No Ratings Yet) Phone Arena - Phone News, Reviews and Specs. GSMArena.com - GSM phone reviews, news, opinions, votes, manuals and more... Business Insider: Mobile.

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Sections A-Z Lists Tools. MOBILE - Bits Blog. Jim Wilson/The New York TimesSteven P. Jobs, Apple's co-founder, demonstrating the FaceTime feature on an iPhone in 2010. Samsung has contended that the Apple's technology to transmit this kind of video over a wireless network infringes on a patent it holds. On Monday, Samsung said Apple had copied some technology — including a method for transmitting video over wireless devices. Read more… FacebookFacebook's Nearby Friends feature is optional, and users' friends can only see if they're nearby if they elect to share that info with them. The social network is rolling out a new feature, Nearby Friends, that allows mobile users to broadcast their general location to their friends. TwitterIt remains to be seen whether Twitter can replicate Facebook’s success with ads that appear on your phone urging you to install a new app or fire up one you haven’t used in a while. The social network will begin offering “app install ads,” which prompt smartphone users to try new games and other apps.

Nam Y. Technology Photos and Pictures. Mobile & Telecom. Gadget Reviews - The Washington Post Gadget reviews. The new Nokia Lumia 900 operating on Windows OS is displayed during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012. The handset will be one of the first Windows-based phones to use the next- generation wireless technology known as long-term evolution, or LTE. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Joshua Topolsky APR 4, 2012 The Lumia 900 is a pretty big deal for Nokia and Microsoft. The new LTE-equipped, AT&T-bound smartphone represents what could be the beginning of a new era for both companies in the mobile race — at least in the U.S.