17% of Global Traffic Comes via the Mobile Internet

17.4% of Global Web Traffic Comes Through Mobile: "People around the globe are accessing the web via their smartphones more often than ever. So far in 2013, 17.4% of web traffic has come through mobile, representing more than a 6% increase since 2012 when 11.1% of traffic came from mobile

Penetration of SIM Cards in Europe Highest in the world at 125%

At the end of 2012, Europe had close to 400M unique mobile subscribers (i.e. people) actively using 629 million mobile connections (i.e. SIM cards).

Chinese Mobile Web Inching towards a billion mark, ,838million of out 1.23billion go online via web

Chinese Mobile Internet Users have just surpasses 838 million in January ,2014 According to Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) , this accounts for 68% of total Mobile Users


Thursday, February 28, 2013

Apple's Powering the Higher Education Space via iTunes U

You probably realize how Apple has revolutionized technology. But have you ever thought about how the company is also revolutionizing education? Apple products like the iPhone/iPod touch, iPad, and Mac laptops are changing the face of education on a global scale. Students are learning differently, and teachers are teaching differently.
Our friends at visual.ly have done an infographic demonstrating this concept.

iTunes U started as a collection of free-to-watch video lectures and audio podcasts created by a variety of universities, all available to download on iTunes. For most people, iTunes U lived as an overlooked button on their iPhone's or iPad's iTunes app. Some great content is on iTunes U, but most people probably never used it. That may change now--in fact, it looks like Apple's banking on it. If you're going to be interacting at all with Apple's iPad-driven vision of the future of education, odds are your journey will start at iTunes

Check out  how iTunes  is powering the Higher education space  in an article at Cnet by