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.
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i-mode is a mobile internet technology as well as a business model. It’s still around in its original form, and one famous company co-opted its foundational ideas to create a very successful mobile ecosystem.
Get the highlights of The Mobile Consumer report I've been blogging about this week via a graphic, interactive web site.
SAP’s The Mobile Consumer report is chock-full of interesting info about the state—and the future—of mobile commerce. Luckily, we’ve broken down 100+ slides into easy-to-understand infographics for you.
A recent survey from SAP reveals that consumers are ready for mobile commerce. They know what they want in a mobile wallet, and they plan to start making purchases in the future.
I’d like to rely only on my camera phone when I travel, but I don’t. So far, the quality just isn’t there for met. That may be about to change, with a new back-to-the-future clip-on option.
Coupons can have a really positive impact on consumers buying habits. But in today's mobile world, you really need to get that coupon on someone's phone.
Rather than focus on the purchase interactions, the ‘commerce’, that mobile technologies are changing, let’s focus on the fact that mobile puts consumers in the driver’s seat.
We can purchase goods and services in more ways than ever before, but rather than focus on that fractured multiplicity, smart companies will provide a singular, consistent customer experience across all channels.
Thinking about mobilizing a key business process? Take a look at this value calculator to get an idea of your potential savings.
Apps and mobile services have become really important. So important that companies are apologising if they aren't good enough.
My ear’s been on the proverbial ground for the last few months. I’m brushing off the dirt, and speculating that the S in iPhone 5S stands for Security.
I covered 52 shows and 68.1 miles in 7 days: The Edinburgh Festivals provided a perfect proving ground for the effectiveness of consumer mobile apps. My rating: 3 stars out of 5 (but it reads more like a four).
Internet and mobile technologies aren’t necessarily helping us invent new things to do with ourselves. They’re just giving us new ways to do the same old things.
One retired IT manager has slightly liberated UK consumers by mapping out thousands of companies’ interactive voice response phone service systems.
A couple new gaming consoles have embraced mobile operating systems. Are the big players gearing up for a battle over who owns TV-based gaming?