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Nielsen Tops of 2012: Digital
— Smartphone owners became the majority of mobile phone users for the first time this year, growing from 49 percent of mobile subscribers in Q1 2012, to 56 percent by Q3 2012. Mobile app usage also continued to grow. Among the top 10 mobile apps …
U.S. Kids Continue to Look Forward to “iHoliday”
— When it comes to devices, kids' holiday wish lists are simple this year. The most-wanted gifts are predominantly from one company—Apple. According to a recent Nielsen study, Apple's popularity leading up to the holiday season continues …
Apps Dominate Mobile Time Spent Accessing Travel in U.S.
— As the summer travel season comes to a close, Nielsen looked at the usage of travel-related mobile apps and websites during June 2012. Findings showed that U.S. Android and iOS users spent 95 percent of their time accessing travel information …
Every team needs kick-ass code reviews — Code reviews help spread knowledge and coding best practices throughout a team. In this article we'll take a look at why code reviews are important, and how to optimize the practice.