155 Amazing Facebook Statistics (August 2014) Update: I have added a bunch of new Facebook statistics, and also broke this post out into four posts.
The original post for all Facebook stats was getting a bit cumbersome and tough to navigate as it eclipsed 200 stats. Hopefully, this new format will help you find the stat you are looking for much quicker. Here are the new Facebook statistic pages: Global mobile statistics 2014 Part A: Mobile subscribers; handset market share; mobile operators. FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND THE MOBILE STATS COMPENDIUM: Home: Full index of contents and highlights • Section A: Mobile subscribers; handset share • Section B: Mobile Web; 3G • Section C: Mobile marketing, advertising and messaging • Section D: Consumer mobile behavior • Section E: Mobile apps, app stores • Section F: Mobile payment, NFC, m-commerce, m-ticketing and m-coupons • Section G: Mobile financial services (MFS) and m-banking • Section H: VC investment in mobile.
SECTION A: Mobile subscribers; handset market share; mobile operators. Mobility Report - ericsson-mobility-report-june-2014.pdf. Crawford_2010_MoveableTypes.pdf. Hold the Phone: A Big-Data Conundrum. Photo Economic View By SENDHIL MULLAINATHAN One advantage of being a professor is that you can ramble about your eccentric theories to a captive audience.
For example, I often grumble to my graduate students that every time a new comes out, my existing iPhone seems to slow down. Le logiciel de téléphonie mobile qui défie le contrôle des Etats. Selfiecity. The Selfie: Making sense of the “Masturbation of Self-Image” and the “Virtual Mini-Me” Alise Tifentale, The Graduate Center, CUNY This essay reviews some of the most recent debates on the selfie phenomenon and places it into a broader context of photographic self-portraiture, investigating how the Instagrammed selfie differs from its precursors.
Newspapers are lagging behind in the mobile traffic boom. The Internet is becoming an increasingly mobile medium, but it appears that newspaper publishers are not only struggling to make the transition, they’re falling behind.
This year, for the first time ever, the amount of time Americans spend consuming media on mobile — smartphones and tablets — will exceed that of the desktop Internet, according to an eMarketer report released in April. Nearly a quarter (23.3 percent) of Americans’ daily media consumption will be on mobile in 2014, compared to 18 percent on desktop. Mobile marketing statistics 2014. Statistics on mobile usage and adoption to inform your mobile marketing strategy “Mobile to overtake fixed Internet access by 2014“ was the huge headline from the widely shared infographic at the end of this post summarising the bold prediction from 2008 by Mary Meeker, an analyst at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers who reviews technology trends annually in May (see latest KPCB technology trends).
To help you keep up-to-date with the rise in consumer and company adoption of mobile and its impact on mobile marketing, Dave Chaffey, Rob Thurner and I will be keeping this post updated throughout 2014 as the new stats come through to support our New 120 page Expert members Ebook explaining how to create a mobile marketing strategy. We also have a free summary mobile briefing for Basic members. The mobile war is over and the app has won: 80% of mobile time spent in apps. Only 20 percent of American consumers’ time on mobile devices is spent on the web.
A massive majority, 80 percent, is spent in apps: games, news, productivity, utility, and social networking apps. Turns out, it’s an app world, after all. According to app analytics firm Flurry , which tracks app usage on a staggering 300,000 apps on over a billion active mobile devices, we spend an average of 158 minutes each and every day on our smartphones and tablets. Smartphones: The Silent Killer Of The Web As You Know It. The PC is dying, long live the PC!
These headlines have been thrown around for years, as sales of laptops and desktops have continually dwindled downward. The tablet has long been pinned as the murderer of the traditional computers and it certainly looked like it was going to be the one to do away with them (perhaps in a few years), with the focus of many companies such as Apple and Microsoft shifting towards a tablet-first world.
It’s obvious from the steadily declining shipments of traditional computers and companies exiting the PC market, that it’s not looking good for PCs, with tablets regularly eating into computer shipments year on year. Microsoft Word - white_paper_c11-520862.docpdf - white_paper_c11-520862.pdf. “Synthetic Records” Make Cell-Phone Data Safe to Mine. Researchers at AT&T, Rutgers University, Princeton, and Loyola University have devised a way to mine cell-phone data without revealing your identity, potentially showing a route to avoiding privacy pitfalls that have so far confined global cell-phone data-mining work to research labs.
Working with billions of location data points from AT&T mobile phone calls and text-messages around Los Angeles and New York City, they’ve built a “mobility model” of the two regions that aggregates the data, produces representative “synthetic call records”—then mathematically obscures any data that could tend to identify people. The model can do things like rapidly predict how a new development or telecommuting policy would affect overall transportation, or it could be a new tool for planning at a town level where little mobility data is available, says Margaret Martonosi, a computer scientist at Princeton who is working on the model.
Unique in the Crowd: The privacy bounds of human mobility : Scientific Reports. Uniqueness of human mobility In 1930, Edmond Locard showed that 12 points are needed to uniquely identify a fingerprint30.
Our unicity test estimates the number of points p needed to uniquely identify the mobility trace of an individual. Peut-on fouiller les données des téléphones mobiles en respectant la vie privée. Sur la touche. PIP_CellActivities_11.25.pdf. PIP_TeensandTechnology2013.pdf. Mon cerveau d’avant Internet me manque de plus en plus. Qu’est-ce que nos mobiles nous permettent de partager. Communications using cellular phone. Cell Phones and Their Technosocial Sites of Engagement. Abstract This paper provides examination of the effects of widespread mobile telephony on the social and spatial relations of individuals in the postmodern state.
This is the realm of cyborg anthropology, which, according to co-developer Donna Haraway, “explores the production of humanness through machines” (Gray 1993:342). The widespread adoption of the cell phone has morphed five aspects that Zygmunt Bauman (2000) considered to be the basis of share human life: emancipation, individuality, time/space, community, and work. Changes to individuality and community can be described through an analysis of the constructions of public and private space. Amber Case : Nous sommes tous des cyborgs aujourd'hui. Oubliez l’iPhone : dites “je t’aime” Cell/Smartphones and risk management-Camille Bonazzi.
Mobile. New Digital Mobile Consumer Study, Global Mobile Trend September 2012 - TCS. Be-Bound : application pour se connecter au web à l’étranger grâce aux SMS ! Never lose your keys again! Jan Chipchase: The anthropology of mobile phones. Dan Swinhoe (Global) - The App Revolution: How this Varies By Market. Mobile Communications "The iPad2 is equivalent to a 1986 Cray II supercomputer. It was the pre-eminent computer in the world. In 1993 the iPad2 would have been considered one of the 30 fastest computers in the world. "George Colony, CEO, Forrester Needless to say, computers have got a lot better in recent years.
Les smartphones ont-ils tué l’ennui. Communiqué de presse. 2,3 milliards d'internautes dans le monde. Our Mobile Society. Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona, Spain, is the world's largest mobile phone trade show. It aims to celebrate the current state of mobile and offer a glimpse into where mobile tech might go next.CNN will be at the event, bringing you all the latest news on the ground. Plus, follow the buzz on Twitter at #MWC14 and keep up with the latest with our liveblog and Mobile World Congress twitter list.Read more about CNN's special reports policy. Les smartphones ont-ils tué l’ennui.
Have smartphones killed boredom (and is that good)? With people using smartphones to kill down time, some say boredom is decliningSurvey: 42 percent use mobile phones expressly to cure being boredResearcher says phones address an ancient desire to stay occupiedSome fear phones can interfere with creativity, though (CNN) -- Take a look around today at people in line at Starbucks, on the train platform or waiting for their bags at the airport.
Odds are, a huge chunk of them are staring down into a glowing mobile device -- passing time by checking on friends, catching up on texts or e-mail or playing a video game that would have required a PC or home console just a few years ago. "That's me," said Jeromie Williams, a 36-year-old social media manager and blogger from Montreal. "If I'm on the bus. Intel - 2012 State of Mobile Etiquette and Digital Sharing Around the World. Se garer grâce au smartphone, la fausse bonne idée ? The IRL Fetish. Cutting the Digital Lifeline and Finding Serenity. Kathryn Cave (Global) - Workaholics Anonymous: Would You 'BlackBerry' From a Funeral? Le métro parisien, nouvel eldorado des accros au réseau. The Rise of Mobile - infographic. Global mobile statistics 2012 Part A: Mobile subscribers; handset market share; mobile operators.
Les terminaux mobiles ont effacé la frontière entre vie privée et travail - Mobilité. Featured Insights - The Rise of Multi-SIM Users.pdf (Objet application/pdf) This is Paris now. Beaucoup de comptes Twitter pour rien. (Presque) tous mobinautes. Le mobile et les pays émergents, les deux grands enjeux de Facebook. En Chine, l’Internet passe à l’heure du téléphone portable. "Je suis rassuré de savoir que je peux survivre à 10 heures de coupure téléphonique"
2011_StephaneDauphinPierre.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Samsung TecTiles, des tags NFC programmables pour le Galaxy S3. 40 Percent of U.S. Mobile Users Own Smartphones; 40 Percent are Android.
[Infographic] How People Use iPhones and Androids in China. Angry Birds Addiction Infographic. Report: The Rise of Smartphones, Apps and the Mobile Web. Survey: New U.S. Smartphone Growth by Age and Income. America’s New Mobile Majority: a Look at Smartphone Owners in the U.S. Mobile Phones Dominate in South Africa. 40% of Tablet and Smartphone Owners Use Them While Watching TV. Case Studies.
Gallery of Radar Graph. Mobile By The Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC] TNS - Mobile Life.