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.
Mobile’s unparalleled reach is great for keeping in touch with loved ones. It’s even better when disaster strikes, as it has the ability to connect people who need help no matter where they are.
The EU is drafting a ban on mobile data roaming charges. The new regulations promise to save money for customers, and pose challenges for operators. Luckily, LTE has a built-in solution.
I use my mobile for everything while I’m traveling. And I’ve finally figured out all the ways to reduce the “bill shock” waiting for me when I get home.
Consumers and enterprise mobile users have different needs, so you need different apps, and different approaches to build them. Right?
Customer feedback is important. So ask for it at the right time, make it easy for customers to respond, and put it to good use.
Years ago, mobile networks provided all the services on your phone: voice, texts and value-added services. Today there’s an app for that. So, what happened?
I struggle with time zones and clock changes. I need my mobile to make things better not worse!
As mobility moves into the enterprise mainstream, simplicity is key, but it is hard than it appears. Successful enterprises will build on platforms that make life simpler for everyone in the mobile value chain.
PhoneBloks was a concept for a modular phone that was Internet generating buzz. Turns out, Motorola has been working on the same thing for over a year.
I’d really like to use iTunes Match. But Apple won’t let me. Apple limits the number of non-iTunes, store-bought tracks to 25,000—a number I passed many years ago.
Even if you aren’t working on a mobile app for your customers, someone else probably is.
Technology has been hailed as ‘the great leveller’ that will make education and opportunity available to all. Overpromising? Read these three stories before you make your call.
You might say printed paper catalogues are dead, but at least one retailer is proving that they can still deliver.
When one third of UK consumers ‘don’t see the point of 4G’, we should probably blame the marketing.
A new report from Telecom Asia and SAP digs into what mobile operators are thinking and doing about high-speed data services, and how IPX networks fit into the picture.