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Tag Archives: analytics
No going back as China overtakes America as the world’s largest smartphone market
China has overtaken America as the largest single market for smartphones and tablets, according to information released by the app analytics firm Flurry
Google Chrome reigns supreme for second consecutive month
Google Chrome has managed to retain its position of prevalence over Internet Explorer for a second consecutive month according to data from web analytics firm StatCounter.
Google Analytics used on over 10 million websites
During Google’s Q1 2012 earnings call, Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora revealed that Google Analytics, Google’s website statistics service, is used on over 10 million websites.
Tapadoo’s Dermot Daly talks social & mobile (& how they deliver different results)
Tapaddo founder, Dermot Daly, discusses social metrics and app analytics – what is the difference and how do you protect privacy?
Report: Ireland, the internet and mobile devices in 2011
As the year draws to a close we delve into our own site analytics to see what mobile devices Irish internet users were using in 2011. It comes as no surprise to find that Apple’s iPhone leads the way by a country-mile.
Digital democracy – Google Transparency Report gets realtime updates
Google Transparency Report, the search giant’s server analysis tool has added realtime analytics and added data about local outages, the company has announced. Google Transparency Report is Google’s public service site in which the company shows how it interacts with government bodies and manages user access to the company’s services.
MediaSift brings realtime sentiment and text analysis to Twitter search
Under MediaSift’s DataSift brand the freemium service will allow users to search and filter Twitter’s full firehose of content according to over 40 pieces of metadata contained in each tweet. The company will also aggregate and analyse Twitter content according to user sentiment, user influence, reach and text analysis.