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June 7, 2012

We all have our own preferences; it’s the truth. So why not build your company’s mobile strategy with the technologies that you prefer? While closed platforms, development languages and device form factors can sometimes feel like the only way,

June 7, 2012

We all have our own preferences; it’s the truth. So why not build your company’s mobile strategy with the technologies that you prefer? While closed platforms, development languages and device form factors can sometimes feel like the only way, an open approach

June 7, 2012

According to Aberdeen’s March, 2010 Restocking the Marketer’s Toolbox benchmark report, Best-in-Class retailers are six times more likely than Laggards to currently use mobile marketing tools. Mobile marketing includes the use of mobile couponing

May 22, 2012

These days, it seems that there’s a “Hype Cycle” for everything: presidential elections, Mommy Wars, Hunger Games. It may even seem that mobility technologies are in the midst of such a hype cycle, with some businesses taking a step back from the initial rush to enhance brand loyalty

May 11, 2012

Consumer demand for smartphones and tablets has exploded in recent years. Nearly everyone today has a mobile device that lets users check email, surf the web, and upload pictures and videos to the Internet. This phenomenon has

March 6, 2012

The hype around HTML5 has been prolific–just last week the people behind Firefox created ‘Boot to Gecko’ – a budget mobile with the power of a smartphone, powered by HTML5. With so many touting HTML5 as a game-changer in the mobile

February 24, 2012

This week, we hosted a joint Webinar with Gartner on how IT organizations and business managers can address the widespread Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) phenomenon.

February 9, 2012

With the mobile market more important than ever, Yahoo’s recent statement about adopting a “mobile first” approach is a strategic and potentially lucrative move. At the same time however, the company discontinued ten of its mobile apps that had failed to attract large audiences,

January 31, 2012

For many, the rate of innovation in the mobile market is as much a blessing as it is a curse. With a constant stream of emerging devices and technologies – namely HTML5, NFC, and the iPhone 4S – organizations that lack appropriate infrastructure investments are

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