01 Oct

Total Time Spend Using Mobile Web vs. Apps (October 2012)

Saw this today at BI website…

Source: Business Intelligence (BI)

Source: Apps More And More Important Than The Mobile Web (Business Intelligence). Original report by Nielsen.

The above is self-explanatory…

What I find ‘funny’ is that over time I have noticed that Business Intelligence’s opinion on “native vs. web on mobile” swings back-and-forth (based on the top news of the day). In this particular case, all the recent attention to “native vs. mobile web” is thanks to Mr. Zuckerberg.

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20 Oct

MobileMonday Austin (Nov 2010) | Nielsen on Mobile Applications and Connected Devices

I posted at the MobileMonday Austin website information about the next event…

Please note that seating is limited; please register and reserve your seating and enter the raffle to win a new Nokia N8. For registration and more information, please visit the MobileMonday Austin website at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com/.


The event is sponsored by Nokia and the 2010 Calling All Innovators North America developer contest, presented by Nokia and AT&T.


Topic: Mobile Applications and Connected Devices — New Nielsen Company research on the changing media consumption landscape

When: November 1, 2010 | 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Where: Cool River (4001 W Parmer Ln, Austin, TX 78727-4105)

Come listen to the Nielsen Company present new research on Smartphones, Tablets and the new Application economy. Information in this session will address:

  • Growth of Smartphones, leading platforms and a look forward
  • Behaviors and preferences of mobile app users
  • Which apps are people using and why?
  • How much are downloaders’ willing to pay?
  • Overall look at tablets, e-readers, media players and netbooks – how are users consuming media on these devices?
  • How do tablet users respond to advertising versus smartphone owners?
  • What do media companies need to consider when launching tablet and smartphone content?
25 Feb

We had an awesome MobileMonday Austin Feb 2010 | Thanks to our sponsor Skyhook Wireless

MoMo Austin Logo

Wow, what a great MobileMonday Austin event we had last Monday Feb 22. With around 120 people attending, a great agenda and speakers, and a good time, it is safe to call the event a success. The opening by David, the demos by the various companies and the panel on Monetizing Mobile Apps moderated by Stacey was all great, diverse and well balanced.


A big thank you to our AWESOME sponsor Skyhook Wireless and special thanks to Kate and Ronda and Ted. And a big thank you to our speakers:

  • Ted Morgan, Skyhook Wireless
  • David Gill, The Nielsen Company
  • Stacey Higginbotham, GigaOM
  • Frank Hanzlik, Dell
  • Lance Obermeyer, Digby
  • Alan S. Knitowski, Phunware, Inc.
  • Michael Agustin, Gendai Games
  • Josh Williams, Gowalla
  • Larry Upton, Edioma

And thanks to Dell for the notebook-mini giveaway and to the Austin Wireless Alliance/ATI Wireless, RCR Wireless News and the Austin American Statesmen for helping spread out the word about the event. And of course thanks to all the attendees.

Next

Next is SXSW Interactive on March 12-16; hope to see you all there. On Saturday March 13 I will be running the Wireless Future15, don’t miss it!

And the next MobileMonday event is on March 15, 2010; the registration form is already up at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com. Stay tuned by visiting the MoMo Austin website and this mailing list for further details.

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