Mobile setup for your website — dynamic serving vs separate URLs

Responsive Web Design is the least flexible approach in terms of addressing the needs of mobile visitors, including page weight and load speed optimization, and thus many online big-hitters craft mobile-centric experiences using either separate URLs or dynamic serv

Web performance qualms make the news again

A recent article published on The Verge has yet again raised the question of web performance.

USB-C in smartphones and other upcoming features

Here at DeviceAtlas we follow all the latest smartphone news so that we can update our immense device database. We pay particular attention to new smartphone features and characteristics that may change the way we use mobile devices.

DeviceAtlas Granted Patent on Device Detection Accuracy Method

DeviceAtlas Granted Patent on Device Detection Accuracy Method

DeviceAtlas has been granted US patent number 9,043,289 B2 on a new method for deriving the most accurate device identification results from multiple data sources.
Most popular smartphone screen resolutions 2015

Most popular smartphone screen resolutions in 2015

The DeviceAtlas team dug a little deeper to provide you with the most recent statistics on the most popular physical screen resolutions, and CSS pixel resolutions across some selected local markets.

DeviceAtlas API now supports Node.js

Today we’re announcing that JavaScript developers can easily implement the world’s leading device detection solution utilizing the updated API that now supports Node.js environment. Node.js is available for Enterprise customers deploying DeviceAtlas locally.
SpotXchange

SpotXchange Chooses DeviceAtlas to Target Ads to Specific Devices

—Video ad industry platform deploys device detection and intelligence technology—

Lollipop Android

Why Android Lollipop Uptake Sucks

Android Lollipop adoption has been particularly slow over the past nine months. The DeviceAtlas team have dug a little deeper and uncovered some interesting statistics based on traffic to thousands of DeviceAtlas powered websites.
Google Brillo and Weave

5 Ways Google Brillo Can Change The Device Landscape

Announced at Google I/O on 28 April, Brillo and Weave will become the basis for the new Internet of Things platform. Brillo is basically a lightweight, stripped down version of Android, while Weave provides a protocol for devices to communicate.

Download The Latest Mobile Traffic Report (Q1 2015)

The latest mobile traffic report is available for downloads. In the Q1 2015 issue we covered many interesting statistics including most popular vendors, operating systems, screen sizes, and much more. 

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