My.com has released a new email usage report, tracking how users engage with email. The data, from a survey of 1,000 American internet users, found that 72 percent of users check their email on mobile devices, including both phones and tablets. Of those respondents, 48 percent use Android as their main mobile platform, followed by … Continue reading »
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A study of 100 million “conversion events” across 4 major verticals (telecom, retail, auto, and travel) and multiple devices – including mobile phones, desktop computers, and tablets – reveals that 31% of said conversions took place on a mobile device. The study, conducted by AOL in conjunction with the University of Virginia School of Engineering … Continue reading »
Mobile devices that turn into research and information tools tend to follow consumers from home to work, blurring the lines between personal and business. In fact, 37% of the 601 IGS survey respondents use their personal tablet for business — and the same goes for 41% of smartphones. The survey, which spans responses from participants … Continue reading »