Posts Tagged ‘Mobile Devices’

3 big mistakes brands make on mobile

3 big mistakes brands make on mobile

United States retail sales in the months of November and December are forecasted to increase 5.7 percent year over year, reaching $885.7 billion. That is an increase from the 3.2 percent growth rate predicted earlier this year, and the highest since the 6.3 percent rise in 2011.

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Mobile Search Is Coming for Apps

Mobile Search

Consumers are changing the way that they search online – shifting queries from desktop to mobile devices in rapid fashion. Interestingly, mobile search has now overtaken desktop in 10 countries (including the U.S. and Japan). This is happening so fast that almost the entire mobile ecosystem is now scrambling to catch up, especially the two leading mobile platforms.

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AOL content chief warns that mobile will eat desktop’s lunch (video)

mobile will eat desktop’s lunch

Web publishers who fail to transition to mobile and change their content to suit the smaller screen could soon see their lunch eaten in the same way that newspaper publishers were overtaken by the web, warned AOL content chief Jimmy Maymann, who oversees titles like the Huffington Post and TechCrunch.

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Video content increasingly consumed on mobile technologies

Video Content on Mobile

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today released the final part of the 2015 Communications Monitoring Report, which provides information on the state of the broadcasting industry in Canada. The Communications Monitoring Report is now available in its entirety.

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Does this man hold the key to practical wireless charging?

wireless charging

We might call phones, laptops, and tablets “mobile” devices, but true mobility is more elusive than it seems. Sure, we’re no longer tethered to our landline phones and desktop PCs, but we’re still limited by how much juice our batteries can hold, and more importantly, where we’re going to be when the juice runs out. Instead of enjoying our newfound freedom, we have to be ever mindful of our surroundings.

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