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Data Gem Jul. 13, 2016 | Share

Russia: News Websites Making Headlines for Mobile Consumption

The speed at which reporting occurs means consumers nowadays benefit from being able to carry devices to access news, in their pockets. While almost half of Russians are accessing the Internet across multiple platforms, the scales have tipped in favour of mobile when looking at reach and time spent online. The category reach of the News/Information... Read more

Data Gem Jul. 7, 2016 | Share

Mobile App vs Browser: Why Retailers Shouldn’t Ignore Their Mobile Browser Experience

Mobile App vs Mobile Browser

Mobile App vs Browser: Why Retailers Shouldn’t Ignore Their Mobile Browser Experience The majority of Europeans own a smartphone, making the platform a key consideration for any industry. How can retailers best leverage consumers’ consumption habits? An analysis of the mobile landscape taken from comScore Mobile Advisor reveals the differences in... Read more

Data Gem Jun. 8, 2016 | Share

Germany: The Rise and Growth of App Usage

App usage on Smartphones drives a growing share of user time, but brands must overcome the hurdle of users’ download habits to capitalize. Read more

Data Gem May. 3, 2016 | Share

How Food Delivery Services Have Kept Customers Reaching For The Phone

UK consumers have embraced digital channels for ordering food deliveries, driven overwhelmingly by mobile devices. During March this year, over 17% of the UK’s total digital population visited one of the top 3 food delivery sites via PC, smartphone or tablet. Read more

Data Gem Mar. 1, 2016 | Share

Mobile Millennials: Retail Myths and Realities

Mobile devices have changed the way consumers purchase goods. Processes that were historically performed entirely offline have been transformed with the presence of smartphones and tablets that accompany consumers on their visits to retail stores. Read more

Data Gem Feb. 16, 2016 | Share

How mobile-first has paid off for Unicorn brands: An Insight into Billion Dollar Companies

How mobile-first has paid off for Unicorn brands: An Insight into Billion Dollar Companies

The so called “unicorns”—private companies valued at $1 billion or more that were once considered a myth, today are seemingly everywhere, embraced by a new digital-savvy generation. Read more

Data Gem Feb. 4, 2016 | Share

Rising Importance of Mobile for Clothing Retailers

Mobile has become increasingly important component of UK consumers’ shopping habits

Mobile has become an increasingly important component of UK consumers’ shopping habits. An analysis on 10 leading clothing retailers in the UK reveals that consumers relied especially heavily on mobile devices to help with Christmas shopping in 2015. Read more

Data Gem Sep. 29, 2015 | Share

Over a quarter of UK smartphone users use their phones while watching TV

36.1% of UK Smartphone owners used their phone while watching TV. The disparity between users conducting tasks related to the program and unrelated present new considerations for brands wishing to align with, or disrupt TV advertising. Read more

Data Gem Jun. 11, 2015 | Share

The UK Goes Mobile

The UK Goes Mobile

The introduction of mobile devices has completely changed the digital landscape, more than we could have predicted a few years back. Over 72% of the 47 million large UK digital audience access the internet via more than one device, be it a combination of desktop/smartphone or desktop/tablet. Mobile* has also now become more engaging than deskstop, accounting... Read more

Data Gem Mar. 3, 2015 | Share

TV & Digital Video Everywhere: Measuring Multi-Platform, Time-shifted Video Viewing

TV and Video everywhere

Over the past few years, consumers have drastically altered their video viewing habits, taking advantage of the many platforms available to watch video, whenever and wherever they want. For content owners to get credit for these audiences and for advertisers to accurately plan multi-platform campaigns, the ecosystem must transact on consistent and trusted... Read more