Latest data from Kantar shows consumers are making the most of reduced COVID restrictions, allowing for a more personalised in-store smartphone purchasing experience, although in-store shopping experiences are something many people are finding challenging in Australia due to ongoing COVID lockdowns that either continue or have ended but could start up again at any time.
Wondering what your Mum wants for Mother's Day? We've already seen a range of interesting gadgets and gift cards suggested as great gifts, but what about also just getting in actual contact via call, text or video chat, if you can't be there in person?
Vodafone has reported a 47% data usage increase on its mobile network during the 2018 Melbourne Cup, along with a stack of other winning stats.
Gartner's "preliminary" data shows the worldwide PC market grew for the first time in six years, at 1.4%, while in APAC, PC shipments showed only a 0.1% increase from the second quarter of 2017, but it's not yet a recovery.
Watching TV shows and movies was once done in the privacy of your lounge room or bedroom, but now people are doing it everywhere – and in public!
China's extended Golden Week was 1 to 8 October this year, and now that it's over, Alipay has shared some stunning stats on payment growth and activity.
NBN Co has announced that homes with an NBN connection are "gobbling up" 23% more data per year than the "average home", in what is the latest non-surprise from the stats.
Kantar has reported that iOS is making gains in Australia and Europe’s big five markets while Android remains "dominant" in China.
Android has grown in most markets with "increased demand for lower-cost" devics, while iPhone SE sales are "strong" in the UK.
This is no poker bluff, but a YouGov survey finding that "less than 40% of respondents in APAC were Pokémon fans but today almost 70% in APAC find the concept of Pokémon Go interesting".
Telstra has shared some interesting facts around the streaming of AFL and NRL on Telstra’s apps by fans.
If you think the battle is still between Apple and Samsung, Kantar instead states that "Huawei and India loom as the next great challenges for the world’s largest smartphone vendors".
While Android’s share of the market remains high, Apple’s iPhone SE has joined the top 10 list in the US, Britain, France and China.
It’s not just iOS that can slow after its own period of "historic growth", Android growth can slow globally too. But in Australia, Android still outgrew iOS.
Apple’s iOS share has remained steady as the Android Empire’s growth has grown, but it is at Windows Phone’s expense in Europe’s big 5 markets.
The latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech smartphone sales data for the three months ending January 2016 shows that Apple’s iOS continued to grow share in urban China.
With reports that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is smashing global records, what are the stats for the movie at Melbourne’s laser-endowed IMAX?
In what should come as no surprise to anyone, some US iPhone buyers in August were waiting for new 6s models to arrive in September.
The arrival of Netflix and the rising popularity of SVOD services has coincided with a major increase in data downloads, which should be no surprise!
Apple’s new iPhones continue iOS growth in Europe, China and Australia, and while Android barely grew in the US, it enjoyed a 10.2% jump in Japan.
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