Of the 8.2% of Web browsing done on mobile devices in the U.S., Apple has the largest slice
Two pie charts, drawn from Net Applications' June 2011 data, that speak for themselves. Despite the edge Google's (GOOG) Android has in market share, Apple's (AAPL) iOS devices have the largest presence on the Internet.
Via: The Register's Rik Myslewski.
From Net Applications: "We collect data from the browsers of site visitors to our exclusive on-demand network of live stats customers. The data is (sic) compiled from approximately 160 million visitors per month."
In November, Google introduced the ability to preview web pages within the search results to the desktop. Now they've gone mobile.
Some mobile users are now seeing the ability to view those visual search results on their mobile devices. Below is a screenshot of how it works.
Clicking on the magnifying glass to the right of the results brings up a new browser window which allows you to navigate visually the search MORESeth Weintraub - Jan 30, 2011 1:16 AM ET
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