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Ad fraud is at an all-time high and remains one of the most profitable criminal enterprises in the world, generating tens of billions of dollars a year. That’s the view of Dr Augustine Fou, cybersecurity and ad fraud researcher who this morning released a Slideshare presentation on LinkedIn describing the state of

Facebook captures 17 per cent of all the mobile minutes in America, and that is before taking into account the acquisition of WhatsApp. On current form its mobile dominance could match or exceed its reach at the height of its desktop moment when it account for 25 per cent of

The bi modal view that the web is split between desktop and mobile will rapidly be overwhelmed with the emergence of 1000s of new device types in the next few years of which Google Glass and the current crop of internet watches and fitness bands are simply a harbinger. That’s

Sometimes the biggest moments pass almost unnoticed. The most recent comScore data from the US reveals that internet users in America now spend more internet minutes on their mobile phone apps than they do on their desktop web browsers. And yes, since you ask, it’s a big deal. The revolution