Today in mobile marketing – Google’s new Trusted Contacts app puts safety first; Amazon opens line-free grocery store in challenge to supermarkets; Uber bets on artificial intelligence with acquisition and new lab; Microsoft’s new chatbot Zo won’t talk politics or racism.
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Mobile Marketer today – Clorox 360-video use incorporates innovative Donate Now button; Goodwill looks to digital-first PSA campaign to aid job creation.
Mobile Minutes: Snapchat revolution; Fake Apple chargers; Russian cyberattack; Facebook housing investmentDecember 5, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – While we weren’t looking, Snapchat revolutionized social networks; There’s a 99 percent chance your fake Apple charger isn’t safe; Russian central bank loses $31 million in cyber attack; Facebook to invest $20M in neighborhood housing.
Mobile Marketer today – Nokia attempts a comeback, but is the mobile landscape too crowded?; H&M sees 5pc of monthly engagement driven from Wes Anderson ad.
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook: Don’t freak out about artificial intelligence; Fallen smartphone brand Nokia challenges Apple, Samsung again; Apple using drones to catch Google Maps, report says; Confessions of an Instagram influencer.
Mobile Marketer today – IHeartRadio bids for on-demand music leadership, holds on to live radio; 20th Century Fox unleashes Assassin’s Creed VR experience ahead of film’s release.
Mobile Minutes: Trump text alerts; Diversifying tech; Amazon’s Italian data centers; UK security surveillanceDecember 1, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Starting January 20, Donald Trump can send unblockable mass text messages to the entire nation; The biggest challenge to diversifying tech talent; Amazon looking to convert Italy power stations into data centers; UK security services get broad online surveillance powers.
Mobile Marketer today – What does Netflix’s download feature mean for competitors?; Sony Pictures’ Underworld gets first-ever 3D interactive promotional lens.
Mobile Minutes: Uber drivers fight for wages; Pac-Man on Facebook; Samsung splits; OSU tweet warningsNovember 30, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Uber drivers demand higher pay in nationwide protest; Facebook users can now play Pac-Man on Messenger app; Samsung Electronics is heading for a split; What did Ohio State’s ‘Run Hide Fight’ tweet mean?
Mobile Marketer today – Twitter bets on Star Wars for entertainment live stream success; Ketel One’s new campaign sells spirits through humor and immersive experiences.