ComScore's massive report also includes data on the top web properties, the battle for search dominance between Google and Bing, and smartphone market share, among other things.
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You can sum up Forrester's prognostications on 2013 trends for mobile in three little words.
Zend has a problem. While there are five million PHP developers around the globe, only some small fraction of them pay Zend for its server and IDE tools for making PHP sites faster, better, and more debuggable.
Self-quantification is awesome in theory, but the data and record-keeping, frankly, suck. Which is why I'm pretty pumped about the Amiigo fitness bracelet.
Which essentially means that everyone is using WebKit except for Microsoft and Firefox. And that the fat lady is not singing for the end of Opera's improbable browser journey.
Getting technical and entrepreneurial talent into the U.S. may be a lot easier very soon if a bipartisan group of senators manage to get the Startup Act 3.0 passed. Unfortunately, versions 1.0 and 2.0 died slow and silent deaths.
Guest Post I have a fairly serious iPhone camera app problem. But most of the 86 -- yes, 86 -- camera apps on my iPhone are actually some of the better ones in their categories.
The smart, social, mobile, and above all digital world we're building is the new industrial revolution, and the bricklayers and grease monkeys of this era are Ruby developers and database administrators.
According to Pinfluencer, the average campaign on its platform boosts brand website page visits per pin by 400 percent, doubles the pageviews per pin, and boosts revenue per pin by 50 percent, from $0.14 to $0.21.
President Barack Obama's state of the union address focused on innovation, jobs, education, health-care ... and green technology.
You may not see huge numbers of black founders or developers -- especially those with double-X chromosomes -- in Silicon Valley. That's something that Black Girls Hack is aiming to fix.
"I'm very proud that we're out front, that we're changing people's lives, that we're doing what's right and just in moving the ball forward," Cook said today. "I don't mean to gush, but it's how I feel."
"If I ever feel I'm dropping down from an excitement level, I go in a store … it's like a Prozak," Cook said. "It's a feeling like no other."
Apple CEO Tim Cook poured cold water on the cheap iPhone rumors today at Goldman Sachs' Technology and Internet conference in San Francisco. Sort of.
Speaking at Goldman Sachs' Technology and Internet conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company was the "center of innovation."
The Apple CEO has a lot to say to investors. His company's stock has been ravaged by Wall Street in the past year, causing the company's valuation to drop over $200 billion in the last half-year.
Editor's Pick Mick Jagger can't get no satisfaction, but apparently a lot of 14-year-old boys can. So too, fortunately, can Apple, Amazon, QVC, and NewEgg clients.
Apple has updated iOS 6 to fix 3G connectivity problems for iPhone 4S users in Europe. I'm wondering, however, if Apple has a bigger problem.
Editor's Pick You probably don't know that you can spend $180, $350, or even $1,000 on an iPhone app. What you don't want to know is that your purchase of even the most expensive app doesn't guarantee you'll be able to use it for years to come.
"I wouldn't have filed the case if we didn't feel very confident in our position," Melsheimer told me this morning as he was stepping off an airplane in Dallas. "This was a case that I liked, our firm liked, and I think we have a reasonable chance of winning."