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Monthly reports from two big analytics firms have become a staple of tech journalism recently. Two anomalies in this month's reports make the case for data skeptics. Did XP usage suddenly plunge last month? And is a Chinese web browser really taking off in the U.S.?
Adult "tube" site PornHub examined its enormous user data stores with an eye on browser types, but the results reveal that phones and tablets are now 50-50 with desktop porn consumption.
Get "online" without a data connection via SMS with the browser by Bangalore-based startup, Innoz.in, which seeks to connect the unconnected poor with featurephones to the information riches of the Web.
A security researcher has found that some Nokia phones pass secure HTTPS data through Nokia's servers, and this data is decrypted so it can be compressed, in order to reduce data bills. But, Nokia doesn't need a lesson in security -- it needs one in public relations.
DNT was already supported by browsers from Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple, and now it's a feature of Chrome as well. But people turning on the feature in Google's browser are warned that many websites will still collect their data to serve ads.
Mingboard is an mobile APP of MB Intelligence Dashboard, which is developed by Millward Brown and customized for clients Data. Users...
It's US Open season, and the analytics are going wild (not to mention the fans). Here's an inside look at how IBM and the USTA are bringing the data to you, in your Web browser, and on your device.
CertiVox is claiming "a revolutionary breakthrough in information security" with a two-factor authentication system that works with a web browser and cloud-based data. PrivateSky "is a one-click solution where both encryption and decryption are securely completed with no disruption to a user’s workflow," says the US-based company.
Google unveiled on Tuesday Google Drive, its online storage system. Allowing users to store any sort of data in Google's cloud, access is through the browser or an app for Windows, Mac OS, Android and, "in the next few weeks", iOS.
Context Information Security says it has uncovered "serious security flaws in the new WebGL technology that creates 3D graphics in a browser". The design flaws give "potentially malicious web pages low level access to graphics cards that could provide a ‘back door’ for hackers and compromise data stored on internet-connected machines".
Net Applications has reported an increase Internet Explorer's market share with the release of new data from the CIA showing a huge growth in Internet use in China. The NetMarketshare website bases its figures on browser use at a selection of websites then adjusts them to reflect the global population of net users.
Google's Chrome browser gained a whopping 0.75% usage share over the month of November, according to data released by web metrics firm NetMarketShare.
Kapow’s “browser-based data integration” approach eliminates the need for IT to use APIs for data integration, saving time and money by avoiding manual coding costs. Kapow Katalyst automatically extracts, transforms, integrates and migrates data to and from any application and device.
Apple has shipped a major Safari browser update to fix 15 documented security holes, including a known flaw in the browser's AutoFill Web Forms feature that can be hacked to steal data from the computer’s address book.
Wolfram Alpha has created a widget builder which lets users construct data-mining widgets within a browser to be shared across personal websites and social networks
Mozilla has yanked a password-stealing browser add-on after the discovery that the add-on contains code that intercepts login data submitted to any website and sends this data to a remote location.
Net Application's data for April is out, and it shows that Google Chrome is the only browser making any real usage gains. Why?
The big news of the week that we started with on MobileTechRoundup show #207 was HP's purchase of Palm. James, Kevin, and me each gave our thoughts on this purchase and I know I personally am very happy to see webOS continue. The Nokia N8 was also big news in the smartphone world this week and it looks like Nokia has not been resting on their worldwide smartphone lead either with a compelling device that I am sure to buy. T-Mobile lifts data caps with some acceptable speed throttling instead and Skyfire for Android 2 launches and becomes my default web browser.
The new data is in from Net Applications and it shows that Google's Chrome browser and Microsoft's Windows 7 made significant usage share gains during March.
Data collected by web metrics firm Net Applications suggests that over the month of February, Google's Chrome web browser was the only desktop browser to make any gains over the month.
Net Applications' data for January is out, and there are some interesting trends displayed.First, the data shows that Google's Chrome browser has managed to snatch usage share from Internet Explorer and Firefox.
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