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ComScore: Revenues up, privacy lawsuit to be settled

ComScore, which provides multi-platform measurement analytics for advertising, saw its second quarter revenues rise 14% from a year ago and announced a new acquisition. The company earned $80 million in revenue during the quarter, and reported a net loss of $3.2 million, which it said...

ComScore: Mobile commerce up 23% in first quarter

Purchases via mobile devices grew nearly twice as fast as desktop e-commerce in the first quarter of 2014, according to ComScore's most recent quarterly estimates of digital commerce. Digital purchases via desktops rose 12% year-over-year to $56.1 billion for the quarter, ComScore reported – the...

More than half of US smartphone subscribers now have Android phones

Google is gobbling up a growing share of the smartphone operating system market, according to the latest report from ComScore. The market research firm says that for the three months ending in February, Google's Android operating system had just over half the U.S. smartphone...

Report: iPhone users easier on cellular networks than Android counterparts

To the potential delight of wireless operators, a new report from ComScore shows that a significantly higher percentage of iPhone users in the United States and United Kingdom rely on their device’s Wi-Fi capabilities than customers with Android-powered smartphones. This would be positive news...

Mobile phones, tablets boost Latin American digital traffic

A new report from ComScore states that Latin America’s online population grew faster than in any other global region in 2011, rising 16% to 129.3 million visitors by the end of the year. The digital traffic was boosted by mobile phones and tablets use, which...

Samsung and Android maintain solid lead in smartphone market

Almost one in three Americans now uses a smartphone, and 3 out of 4 have at least one mobile device. According to ComScore's quarterly report on the mobile phone industry, Samsung remains the top handset manufacturer with 25.4% of the market, followed by LG...

Computers continue to dominate web traffic across Latin America, mobile devices growing

Non-computer devices (including mobile phones, tablets and other connected devices) accounted for an average of 2.6% of all web browsing activity across ten Latin American markets included in a recent ComScore's report on connected device usage. The study noted that although traffic generated from...

Mobile video views soar

Americans are watching more and more online video, especially on tablets and smartphones. A report released this week by ComScore Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) found that more than half of all Americans watched video online during October, watching at an average rate of about...

14M QR or bar codes were scanned in June

QR codes and barcodes are increasingly making their presence known on store shelfs, windows and kiosks, but how many people actually scan those codes? At least 14 million users, or a little more than 6% of the total wireless subscriber base in the United...

Mobile weather apps are by far the most popular: Ringing, just ringing in the rain

Crowded House said it best back in 1987 with the hit single “Always take the weather with you,” and now market research outfit comScore can confirm, taking the weather with them in their pocket is what most mobile users love above all else. Of...

Mobile weather apps are by far the most popular

Crowded House said it best back in 1987 with the hit single "Always take the weather with you," and now comScore can confirm, taking the weather with them in their pocket is what most mobile users love above all else. Of the 76.8 million Americans who own a smartphone, a whopping 31 million have some kind of weather app, amounting to 40.4%.

Google + reaches 20 million…plus

Market research firm comScore has released figures which claim Google + has shot past the 20 million visitor mark in just three weeks since its launch, seeing a whopping 82% visitor increase over last week and 561% over two weeks ago. US visitors made up...

Every top five OEM's loss is Apple and Google's gain

As the mobile platform war turns, Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM), Motorola Inc. (MOT) and Palm (HPQ) all lost smartphone market share in the United States over the last three months while Google Inc. (GOOG) and Apple Inc. (<a href=http://stocks.rcrnews.com/rcrwireless./quote?Symbol=AAPL) made gains.The BlackBerry maker...

iPad accounts for 97% of tablet usage in the US

It looks as if those reports announcing the end of the iPad era may have been a little premature after all. A study released yesterday by research firm comScore shows that Apple's best-selling iPad accounts for no less than 97.3% of tablet browsing in the US.

Google properties rack up 1 billion visitors in May

Google may not be the media darling it once was, having lost mindshare to social upstarts such as Facebook and Twitter in recent years, but when it comes to raw traffic the search giant is still top of the pile. Research firm ComScore estimates that last month Google's family of web properties notched up one billion unique visitors.

comScore Releases First Public Report on Web Usage in Peru, Expanding Coverage of Latin American Market

Google, Microsoft and Facebook Rank as Most-Visited Internet Properties in Peru Portal Sites Account for One-Third of Internet Users’ Time Online Lima, Peru, June 15, 2011 - comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its first public study of Internet...

Mobile phone advertising skyrockets 128%

ComScore Inc. (SCOR), a company specializing in business analytics, released a study that claims that the number of mobile display advertisements have more than doubled in the past two years. The Reston, Va.-based research firm claims that mobile content and publishing accounted for half of...

Comscore reports Android tops and Blackberry drops in smartphone markets

Google Inc.’s Android OS (GOOG) showed national dominance in a new report released by Reston, Va.-based Comscore (SCOR) that shows Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) iPhone overtaking Research in Motion Ltd.’s (RIMM) previous BlackBerry dominance in smartphone markets. The report highlighted trends in the U.S. mobile phone...

1 in 5 smartphone owners 'check-in' on their phone: 70% of 'check-in' from an Android or Apple phone

16.7 million U.S. mobile subscribers (7.1% of the U.S. population) used location-based “check-in” services in March according to market research firm ComScore Inc., with 12.7 million checking in from a smartphone, representing some 17.6% of the entire smartphone population.Unsurprisingly, ComScore found that those using...

Global smartphone market sees yet another quarter of astounding growth

The worldwide smartphone market saw resounding growth year over year in the first quarter of 2011 with market research firm IDC reporting 79.7% growth, which it credits to lower prices, release of highly anticipated models, wide availability of older models and continued smartphone demand....

Google, Facebook rule in Southeast Asia

CNET | March 9, 2011 | John Chan According to a report by analytics firm comScore, Internet users in Southeast Asia rely more on Google than the rest of the world. In addition, out of the top 15 countries with the highest Facebook penetration, three are...

Latest ComScore figures show Android top, Microsoft slipping

Industry analytics outfit ComScore Inc. has released their latest figures for mobile operating system market share, covering the fourth quarter of 2010. The quarter is always the biggest period of the year for any retailer, covering Black Friday and the festive season. So how did the major operating systems do?

comScore Introduces Online Video Measurement Service in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile and Spain

comScore Press Release: YouTube.com Makes Google Sites the Top Ranking Video Property across Latin America and Spain Santiago, Chile, November 30, 2010 – comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today announced the launch of comScore Video Metrix in Brazil, Mexico, Chile,...

Reality Check: The future of smart phones is open

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reality Check column. We've gathered a group of visionaries and veterans in the mobile industry to give their insights into the marketplace.The future of smartphones is coming, and it is wide open … as in open source. The...

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