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    iPhone now represents 51% of U.S. smartphone web traffic - report

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    These charts log requests not bandwidth

    The latest metrics report from mobile advertising firm AdMob shows the iPhone making 51 percent of online ad requests among smartphones in the US, and 32 percent worldwide.

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    Interesting charts. We have to remember that being the majority doesn't necessarily indicate being the best. It DOES, however, indicate a dam good marketing program and we all know that the "i" people have that!

    Since iPhone is after the business market now it'll be interesting to follow their progress from this point on. RIM certainly has their work "cut out for them."
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    Is this chart showing the amount of "real time browsing" being done...

    or is it simply the amount of data/bandwidth consumed by the said browsing. I'm no expert, but doesn't the iPhone's Safari browser suck up the bandwidth (everything in full html) compared to say RIM BB Browser...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedoan View Post
    Is this chart showing the amount of "real time browsing" being done...

    or is it simply the amount of data/bandwidth consumed by the said browsing. I'm no expert, but doesn't the iPhone's Safari browser suck up the bandwidth (everything in full html) compared to say RIM BB Browser...
    This is not measuring bandwidth, but rather # of "requests"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayden View Post
    This is not measuring bandwidth, but rather # of "requests"
    Gotcha... thanks for that.
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    i phone does have one of the greatest marketing campaigns on the markets today
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