Mobile is more than flashy gadgets. It's about brilliant apps, useful tools and sound strategies for your enterprise to get the most out of them. Diarmuid Mallon interprets and analyzes the latest mobile trends.
Everyone who’s anyone in the mobile industry gathers each year at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Unfortunately, not even there can we get a mobile wallet to work.
Counterfeit batteries can overheat, smoke, burst into flames or explode when used in consumer electronics. It’s a big issue for manufacturers, and some are handling it better than others.
Advertisers have lost our attention at movie theatres, where we pass the time by staring at our mobiles. But if they play it right (and make it worthwhile), they can get us to sit up and take notice.
Grey routes allow mobile callers dialing internationally to get around standard connections, and avoid fees—up to 40 percent of a European operator’s international traffic. A new solution from SAP blocks the cheaters.
This month SAP partnered with BMMSoft, HP, Intel, NetApp, Red Hat and MD&Profy to build the biggest data warehouse ever.
We ran our fourth consecutive survey at the Mobile World Congress this year. Here are the results.
From robot bartenders to bottles that keep track of their contents, the future of indulgence looks bright and shiny. And oddly metallic.
Here’s a look at some key numbers on mobile investment and use, infographic-style.
Recently, a well-timed SMS message saved me from red-faced, empty-pocketed embarrassment.
These things need to come with interactive instructions. Particularly hotel showers.
I never get parking tickets at home, just while traveling. That’s why I’m considering taking my next vacation in a place where I can park with my mobile.
Technology keeps getting more complicated, which is why good, old-fashioned SMS is often the best solution.
Now that we’ve been spoilt by seamless cloud syncing, anything less is infuriating.
If we look at mobile devices as razors, and add-on services at the blades, then market share may not mean dominance.
The Internet of Things is prepared to enter your home via an assortment of smart appliances.