The core mechanism of analyzing User-Agents in web requests represents a powerful method for organizations to identify specific information about the software and hardware running on the device making that request.
At DeviceAtlas part of our role is to map out the device landscape so that our customers don't have to.
In performing this role we come across our fair share of curious devices. We post some of the more interesting of these on our blog. Today's device is a phone in a cable.
DeviceAssure was joined by industry leaders, security experts and government reps at the 2019 Cyber Security Summit in New York.
Here is the resolution, screen size, DPI and Viewport for the most popular smartphones in use in 2019, as well as the most common diagonal screen size in 35 countries.
DeviceAtlas will be exhibiting at DMEXCO in Cologne once again this year. Come and see why the ad tech industry relies on our patented technology to power their platforms.
With the rate of growth in diversity of the IoT and connected devices, operators need deeper insight into the nature and capabilities of the terminals; this is what Device Map provides.
A well thought-out mobile strategy needs to take into account many characteristics of mobile users’ behaviour. With some analysis of mobile traffic from websites powered by DeviceAtlas, we can shed some light on the most popular mobile browsers in the largest markets.
Let's take a brief look at the advertising ecosystem and how it interacts with devices, and how app creators can improve their ad targeting to increase their returns.
While most popular smartphones get an upgrade each year, not all users feel the need or benefit to upgrade annually. How often do people splash the cash on a newer model? We investigate our data to find the answer.
We've added two new device properties to the DeviceAtlas offering - 5G and eSIM. Now, you can identify when a visiting device has 5G capability or features eSIM support.