AdMob: WiFi gaining traction with new class of devices

Mobile advertising agency AdMob says in its November 2009 AdMob Mobile Metrics Report that one of the major trends of this year has been the increasing usage of WiFi, which is no real surprise. The agency reported that 24 percent of requests in the US came over a WiFi network in November, compared with 8 percent in November 2008. Interestingly, a new class of devices such as the iPod touch, Sony PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DSI gain traction in terms of WiFi traffic in 2009. Article

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