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

January 23, 2012

I am pleased to announce that the Kony-built MoneYou Mobile Banking Suite has been named a finalist in the FStech Awards 2012 “Best Use of Mobile” category. The FStech Awards are amongst the most prestigious financial technology accolades

January 11, 2012

I recently hosted a joint webinar with Michael J King, Research Director at Gartneron the very-hot topic of HTML5 vs. Native Mobile Apps, during which we discussed the advantages of utilizing HTML5 in the development of mobile apps, the challenges it may pose,

December 21, 2011

NFC – is usually spoken about in conjunction with mobile payments, but those who limit themselves to this capability stand to lose potential revenue opportunities, and will quickly get left behind.

December 8, 2011

Back in September, we blogged about the breakneck speed of mobile growth across the globe and how, from ownership figures to usage amounts to the value of the market itself, the mobile market was booming faster than ever. A few key pieces of

November 1, 2011

Late last week, various figures on consumer mobile device adoption were released, all clearly showing that the once-dominant Apple platform has lost its seemingly unbreakable hold on the mobile market in the third quarter of 2011.

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