By public interest (Top 10 posts only having 16.7% of the overall views since June 23, 2010, while those 10 posts are out of total 348 posts, i.e. 2.9% of all posts):
- Samsung version of IPS technology: Plane to Line Switching (PLS) … [Oct’11]
- Latest “super (cheap and performant) SoCs” from the Taiwanese MediaTek:
MT6575, MT6577, MT6588/83 … [June-Oct’12] and MT6592, MT8135 … [July’13]
- Initial effects of that on the mobile SoC market leader, Qualcomm: Sept-Dec’12, … moving to Applications DSP … and … SoC business future is questioned … [in May’13]
- More is coming: China’s HW engineering lead: The Rockchip … [Oct’12]
- The most successful brands within Mainland China capitalising on the Qualcomm opportunity, now exploiting the MediaTek opportunity as well, with a clear strategy of moving to the global market as soon as possible: Jiayu … [Sept’12], GiONEE (金立) … [July’13] and the most innovative Top 3: Xiaomi, OPPO and Meizu … [Aug’13].
In absolute number of views as of Nov 13, 2013 (since June 23, 2010, relative to #1 United States constituting 16% of the total views):
Relative to the size of the population of the countries (Top 22 only, 54.6% of the total views, the mean value of views per million of the population for those countries overall is 56 vs. 3.3 for the rest of the world, and 42.1 for the whole world):
By my own intent:
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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are fast changing from a computer-centered era of the past 60+ years into a new one based on an ICT cloud where the resources shared by everybody are behind the so called cloud covering smaller or bigger data centers, different hosting centers, or even servers in your closet connected to the Internet. All fueled by 3.5G/3.9G, SoC & reflectivity. See the links on the right sidebar:
The current tag-cloud of the blog is clearly showing what subjects to what degree were necessary to achieve that intent:
Since 83.3% of the views (those outside of the Top 10) were related to 97.1% of the posts, there is no surprise that the Top 10 posts are extremely focussed on SoC technology for mobile devices, especially for smartphones, while the overall subject area was significantly wider. It is even more so as the evolving cloud experience is based exactly on those SoCs and devices.