We have been tracking the emergence of Mozilla OS over on our sister site MobiForge. With the OS due to launch in several markets shortly, this article takes a look at the potential impact FIrefox OS could have in the marketplace. Head over to mobiForge to check it out.
Today we announce release 4.0 of DeviceAtlas. DeviceAtlas 4.0 represents a significant evolution of the product for dotMobi and our customers. We are very excited to bring Dynamic Data to DeviceAtlas for the first time.
Research from IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker released in March, shows that in Q1 2013 smartphones outshipped feature phones globally for the first time. Some 51.6% of the total phone shipments were smartphones.
A little over than a week ago, as the dotMobi’s CTO I attended Breaking Development Orlando, one of the most important conferences on emerging techniques for web development and design for mobile devices. Some thoughts:
There are a lot of misconceptions about what Google is saying about mobile SEO. First and foremost, Google doesn't mandate the use of Responsive Web Design (RWD) as the best practice for SEO. Secondly, Google unequivocally says upfront "Google supports smartphone-optimized sites in three configurations"; those being RWD, content adaptation, and separate mobile sites.
dotMobi’s device data platform DeviceAtlas maps IMEI data to device capabilities BARCELONA — Feb. 26, 2013 — Mobile Web technology expert dotMobi today announced the addition of International Mobile Equipment Identifier (IMEI) data to its DeviceAtlas mobile device data platform. This enhancement extends DeviceAtlas’ lead as the most authoritative source of device data available.
Once again dotMobi will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 25 -28. We will of course be showcasing the world's leading mobile device detection platform, DeviceAtlas, as well as the goMobi (now discontinued) mobile content publishing platform.
Online soccer community TransferMarkt successfully completes beta test of DeviceAtlas module for the NGINX Web server
Digital intelligence leader Webtrends chooses DeviceAtlas for device data in Webtrends analytics solutions
Device intelligence from dotMobi’s DeviceAtlas is now available to Webtrends customers
In most cases, browser's UA string is enough to detect a device. However, there are a few exceptions to this approach when dealing with 3rd party, side-loaded browsers.
We are delighted to launch a new version of the website which should make navigating through the device and other data on the site easier as well as giving us a fresh look and feel more in keeping with what is essentially a very data driven site.