We've all read Google's timeline for UA-CH and when changes are going to start coming into effect. But what will these changes mean for the open-source solutions and what impact is that going to have on the businesses relying on these solutions for commercial gain?
eCommerce has long been considered one of the fastest growing industries of our time, reaching sales of almost $5 trillion in 2021. While growth in recent times can certainly be attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic (between 2019 and 2020, online global retail sales jumped >20% from $3.3 trillion to $4.2 trillion respectively), eCommerce websites are still some of the most visited worldwide 2 years after the pandemic began.
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.
Although given a 90 day stay of execution, Huawei will no longer be able to include popular Google services and apps on their new devices. For a website/app owner, is it possible to block Huawei devices from accessing your services? It is, but we don't recommend it.
Huawei are in the news again. This time, it's the UK who've announced they'll let the Chinese manufacturer provide non-core 5G hardware. The US isn't happy. Are Huawei smartphones popular in the UK? We investigate the data.
UC Browser has exposed over 500 million of its users to MiTM attacks. Just how popular is UC and its variants across the globe?
eMarketer predict that in 2019, adults in the UK will spend over two hours each day on their smartphones. With that in mind, it's important to know the most used phones, operating systems, screen sizes and hardward specs in the United Kingdom.
Huawei had a tough 2018, in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. However, some slick marketing campaigns and well-known brand ambassadors gave them a much-needed lift, and there was good news for Android generally in Sweden.