March 2, 2010 63 Comments
by Elias Shams
JiWire who serves Ads through public Wi-Fi spots in places like airports, coffee shops and hotels recently released an interesting stat. I just finished reviewing them. The stat is about how quickly accessing Wi-Fi via our smartphones is on the rise which confirms one of my earlier posts about the Web of the future being truly mobile and possibly surgically implanted subcutaneously under our skin
According to their recent Wi-Fi study:
. 56% of Wi-Fi connections are from mobile devices like the iPhone, the iPod touch, and Android smartphones.
. Public Wi-Fi hotspots grew in ubiquity by 21.9% in 2009,
. Half of public Wi-Fi spots are free.
. 49% of mobile Wi-Fi users make online purchases on the go.
. Amazon and eBay were unsurprisingly named two of the most popular online shopping Read more…